We are a research group
at Boston College focusing on understanding the science of energy conversion and storage. We aim to develop technologies that will allow for high-fficiency applications using low-cost materials. Much of our efforts centers around designing and synthesizing new materials with features in the nanoscale. Upon completion, our results are expected to change on how our energy is provided and utilized.
Prof. Dunwei Wang
Merkert Chemistry Center
Department of Chemistry, Boston College
2609 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
We congratulate Xizi Zhang for receiving a number of prestigious awards, including: the McGuinn Award, the McCarthy Prize, the 2018 ACS Undergraduate Award in Physical Chemistry, Scholar of the College, and elected as a Phi Beta Kappa member! Well done, Xizi! Good luck with your future research/study at Yale!
Two new papers are recently accepted, including Wei's paper on facet-dependent hematite studies by ACS AMI and our joint feature article on CO2 reduction with Nanjing Tech (Yuanxing and Cailing) by J. Colloid. Inter. Sci. Congratulations!
Dunwei was interviewed by Reuters TV. https://reut.rs/2HPjJOn
Qi's collaboration paper with the Byers group is accepted by JACS. Congratulations!
Yanyan's paper is highlighted by Nature Energy: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41560-018-0141-0
Wei and Da's paper on selective methane reforming is published in ACS Central Science. Congratulations to them!
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