03 October, 2023Ancient architecture inspires a window to the future
Metal-organic frameworks with designer windows show exceptional gas storage capability.
02 October, 2023Professor Gyorgy Szekely elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
The RSC is the largest organization in Europe dedicated to advancing the chemical sciences and the professional body for chemists in the United Kingdom.
21 February, 2023Professor Khashab receives the 2023 Cram Lehn Pedersen Prize in Supramolecular Chemistry
Professor of Chemistry Niveen Khashab, winner of the 2023 Cram Lehn Pedersen (CLP) Prize in Supramolecular Chemistry.
19 February, 2023Copper Iodide Inks for High-Resolution X-ray Imaging Screens
Prof. Omar F. Mohammed's group newest work on high-resolution X-ray imaging screens on the basis of Cu-based halide ink for medical radiography and nondestructive detection.
11 November, 2022Researchers learn to engineer growth of crystalline materials.
Information on how to engineer the growth of crystalline materials from their building blocks has been scarce since the crystal growth is a typical self-assembling process. Now, first insights into engineering crystal growth by atomically precise metal nanoclusters have been achieved in a study performed by Prof. Yu Han in collaboration with researchers in Singapore and Finland.
30 August, 2022Greening hydrocarbon separation and crude oil refining
Polymer-based membranes that selectively separate hydrocarbon and crude oil mixtures could eclipse current industrial thermal processes.