The first paper of our group, a perspective article about electrocatalytic dinitrogen reduction at low temperature, is published in the journal Joule. We are grateful to the editor’s kind invitation. And congratulations to Jiao and Jesus! Yeah~~~~~~
Check the article here.
Roselyn received the Hanson-Dow Excellence in Teaching Award from the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCLA. This award recognizes teaching assistants who have exceptional teaching skills and a dedication to students. Congratulations!
Undergraduate student Emma Copeland received the 2018 Summer Research Fellowship from the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCLA. She will continue her research in the lab of electrochemistry and metal porphyrin derivatives. Congratulations!
Chong gave an invited talk at the annual user meeting of Molecular Foundry, LBNL. It was always fun to visit Berkeley and discuss science!
Dr. Chong Liu officially starts at UCLA this week! Exciting!
The concept of coupling microbes with inorganic catalysts for artificial photosynthesis is recognized as one of the “Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2017“. This was announced by the World Economic Forum recently in collaboration with Scientific American. Chong’s work published in Science, 2016 is highlighted in the detailed report from Scientific American.
The “bionic leaf” device that Chong was developing in Prof. Dan Nocera’s lab at Harvard extends the range of molecules that it can handle. Beyond the efficient CO2-fixing device that was reported last year in Science, now we applied a diazotrophic bacterium to fix N2 and demonstrated the use of bio-fertilizer generated by electricity. This work is published online in PNAS this week, of which Chong and Kelsey are co-first authors.