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Asefa's (and collaborators') recent findings are featured in Chemical & Engineering News published by the ACS. In the work, the authors reported ultra-small, stable anatase TiO2 nanoparticles that show an unusual "blinking" behavior under electron beams, extremely long-lived charge carriers (polarons) after light irradiation, and greatly enhanced photocatalytic activity toward CO2 reduction.
Professor Alan Goldman received a Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry for deep and scholarly insight into the mechanisms of organometallic reactions and the design of organometallic catalysts.
Darrin York receives the second annual Grossman Innovation Prize from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Students present capstones online amid pandemic thanks to senior exhibits platform
CCRP2 serves as an institutional hub for COVID-19 research activities and information dissemination.
Izgu named a National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Trailblazer Award recipient
The Senior Exhibit, organized by the Rutgers-NB Office of the Provost and Rutgers-NB Libraries, was held virtually on May 1.
Karin Calvinho is joining the entrepreneurship program at the DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory.
RenewCO₂ is developing novel electrolyzers for the electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide into mono-ethylene glycol.
York Lab awarded compute time on "Frontera," world's most powerful academic supercomputer, to work on COVID-19 research
RenewCO2 LLC is delighted to announce the award of a STTR Phase I research grant from the National Science Foundation.
The program celebrates staff who have distinguished themselves in dedication and service.
Eddy Arnold has spent 33 years engaged in the battle against HIV, and has joined the "wartime effort" to combat the new threat of COVID-19.
Nanotech NYC sat down with Jonathan Stoeber, a 3rd year PhD student in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.