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PhD student Ainur Yerzhankyzy wins the best poster presentation award

PhD student Ainur Yerzhankyzy wins the best poster presentation award

PhD student Ainur Yerzhankyzy wins the best poster presentation award

Ph.D. student Ainur Yerzhankyzy, working under the guidance of Prof. Ingo Pinnau at the Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Research Center, was awarded the 'Best Poster Presentation' at the 12th conference of the Aseanian Membrane Society (AMS 12) held in Jeju, Korea on July 2 5, 2019. Read more >>> Read more

Imperfection is OK for better MOFs

Imperfection is OK for better MOFs

Imperfection is OK for better MOFs

Perfect crystals are not necessarily the most useful. Defects in the ordered crystalline structure of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) could tailor these versatile materials for specific applications. KAUST researchers have already developed a pioneering method to image the defects using transmission electron microscopy. They now report that creating specific defects, visualizing them, and investigating their chemical effects takes the exploration of MOFs to new levels of detail and control. Read more >>> Read more
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