December 11, 2015
Chun successfully defended her thesis. Congratulations!
We als welcome two new members to the group: Jingru and Yanyan!
December 2, 2015
We are on CBS news on climate change.
October 7, 2015
Xiahui's paper is featured as cover of ACS Appl. Mater. Interface. link
New record on hematite-based solar water splitting
Gizmag, AZoCleantech, Rinnovabili, PhysOrg, ScienceBlog, R&D Magzine, Nanowerk
Jin successfully defended his thesis; Congratulations!
Congratulations to Jin, who won the Chinese Government's Outstanding Oversea's Student award!
New strategies for Li-O2 batteries (selected coverage)
PhysOrg, R&D Magzine, Nanowerk, Science Daily, NSF Science 360
Welcome new members: Qi and Da!
We are on MRS TV
(clik here if you don't see the vidoe below)
Welcome new members, Ji-Wook, Qingmei, Yuming, and Jim! Also welcome new undergraduate researchers, Ted, Jordan, and Erik!
Rust powers artificial photosynthesis
PhysOrg, Science Codex, TG (Tech Generation) Daily, Controlled Environments Magazine, ECN Magazine
Xiaogang will join Xuchang University in China. Good luck, Xiaogang!
Matt successfully defended his thesis. He will join M. Gratzel group for a postdoctoral training. Good luck, Matt!
Rui successfull defended her thesis. She will join JCAP in Caltech as a postdctoral researcher. Good luck, Rui!
Rui and Guangbi's paper is feature as the cover of Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. this month (link).
This work is also covered by WIRED. AZNano, MaterialsView, MaterialsView China, PhysOrg, Science Daily, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
Yongjing, Sa, and Guangbi successfully defended their theses to become the first Ph.Ds from our group. Congrulations!
Thanks, Alfred P. Sloan Foudation, for funding our research news release
New graduate students Chun Du and Carrie Stephani join our group. Welcome!
BC team demonstrates new battery material.
New cover for Yongjing and Guangbi's paper.
Congratulations to Sa for being selected as a finalist of MRS student award competition!
Our frontiers series feature article is highlighted by the cover of Chemical Physics Letters (volume: 507; issue: 4-6).
Materials Today: splitting water with rusty nets
Catalst Award from Massachusetts Clean Energy Center link
Nano nets for solar energy (and maybe very tiny fish)
Reason for the low performance of chemically grown Si nanowires understood
Back cover of Angew. Chem.
What one can do with rust?
Science Daily Physorg Nanowerk EcoSeed R&D Magzine 科技日报
Our group is featured on the BC homepage for the week of Feb. 3, 2011 to Feb. 10, 2011
see a screenshot here:
Developer of Nnaonets Snares NSF Award link
News on our novel outreach program
Making science a Fan-Tastic experience
Our paper on the new tungsten oxide photoelectrodes is highlighted by the chemistry department. click here
Nanonets for battery applications
Science Daily Physorg BC Chronicle Nanowerk Physics News
First year graduate students Jin Xie and Zachary Simpson joined our group. Welcome, Jin and Zachary!
Efficient water splitting using nanostructures
United Press International
the Post Chronicle
The Energy Roadmap
July 2008: Sa, Xiaohua and Yongjing's paper on TiSi₂ nanonets is now accepted for publication in Angew. Chem. and selected as a "Hot Paper" by the editors. Congratulations to them all!
(selected news coverage)
June 2008: First year graduate students Rui, Matt, and Andrew, undergraduate student Stafford Sheehan joined us. Welcome all!
March 2008: First year graduate student Guangbi joined us. Welcome Guangbi! Meanwhile, Weidong left us to transfer to Boston University, good luck Weidong.
March 2008: Huaizhou, Sa and Zainul’s paper on SiNW growth was published on JPCC, congratulations!
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