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The tiny zebrafish is important to biological researchers. It shares 70% of our genetic code, is transparent, can repair its own organs and regrow lost fins. For professors Kathryn Iovine and Linda Lowe-Krentz, the fish might prove to be a chief ally in the investigation of vascular disease.As part...
A biological sciences graduate student leads an exploration of damselfish vocalizationsby Geoff Gehman ’89 M.A.

Sonia Weimann’s life is coral-reef busy. She’s a doctoral candidate in Lehigh’s department of biological sciences who also balances family life, being a co-owner of a decorative...

Nick Bigelow ’81 uses his expertise in nanotechnology to save daguerreotypesby Weld Royal ’88

University of Rochester’s Integrated Nanosystems Center Director Nicholas Bigelow ’81 stops work on research he’s leading at the International Space Station later...

EES faculty member embarks on a voyage of discovery at Earth’s deepest depths.

by Jennifer Marangos

Jill McDermott makes a habit of boldly going where few have gone before.

An assistant professor in Lehigh University’s department of earth and environmental sciences, McDermott...

Researchers dig deep to find answers about how cells function and therapies when things go wrong.by ManaseeWagh

Breakthroughs in medicine often lead to innovative approaches to treatments and therapies. Across Lehigh’s College of Arts and Sciences, research may shed light on treatments...

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