Deconstructing the bloot clot

From shaving nicks to paper cuts to lacerations, every rupture of a blood vessel triggers a chain reaction of sensing, signaling, anchoring and clustering as the body’s cells and proteins mobilize to form a blood clot.

Lehigh launches Data X initiative

According to government estimates, there will be 1.4 million new jobs in computing by the year 2020. However, only 400,000 college graduates will be qualified to fill them.

Scratching the surface

When you watch Tyler Walker race down a mountain, you can’t help but notice his form. Walker, a member of the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team and the 2014 U.S. Paralympic Alpine Skiing Team, is able to tilt his ski at an extreme angle as he maneuvers around gates.