Author Archives: Karen Mulfort

AWIS Scientist of the Month!

Congratulations to Lisa, who is featured as the Scientist of the Month for the Chicago chapter of the Association for Women in Science! In the feature article she discusses her balance between world-class research in photosynthesis and bioinorganic chemistry with … Read More »

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Congratulations Professor He!

Xiang is leaving Argonne for the warmth and sunshine of Florida as he accepts a faculty position at the Florida Institute of Technology! We will miss Xiang’s vast contributions to many of the group’s programs, but eagerly await his own … Read More »

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Farewell Professor Sprague-Klein!

Congratulations to Emily, who is leaving Argonne to begin a faculty position in the Department of Chemistry at Brown University!! We will miss all of your contributions to the group, but are excited to see all of the great science … Read More »

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Chem. Sci. cover

Congratulations to Lisa, whose recent publication in Chem. Sci. is featured on the cover! This work describes a biohybrid approach to observing and isolating important intermediates in the photosynthetic electron transfer relay. Great work team!!

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Angew. Chem. cover

Sam’s latest paper is featured on the cover of its issue of Angewandte Chemie! This manuscript describes the high-resolution solution phase structural analysis of five bimetallic complexes using high-energy X-ray scattering and pair distribution function analysis (HEXS/PDF). We were able … Read More »

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QIS and Photosynthetic Proteins!

A HUGE congratulations to Oleg, who led a successful proposal in the recent DOE Quantum Information Science (QIS) initiative and will be soon be ramping up a new program in the group: Revealing Nature‚Äôs Optimized Quantum Spin Coherences in Photosynthetic … Read More »

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ChemSusChem cover feature!

Xiang’s latest paper describing electrocatalytic water remediation was selected as a Cover Feature of its issue in ChemSusChem! This paper was also included in the Hot Topics: Sustainable Energy collection of articles. This work is supported by the AMEWS EFRC … Read More »

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We are recruiting: again!

The group currently has one post-doctoral researcher position open to help us fulfill our DOE-supported scientific goals! This position will be focused on investigating photosynthetic biohybrid assemblies. If you are interested in learning more about this position, please see requisition … Read More »

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We are recruiting!

The group currently has two post-doctoral researcher positions open to help us fulfill our DOE-supported scientific goals! One will be focused on developing and implementing X-ray atomic pair distribution function analysis of molecular and thin-film solar fuels catalysts at functional … Read More »

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Congratulations Prof. Kim!

Congratulations to Tae Wu, who is off to a faculty position at Mokpo National University in South Korea! We will miss you here at Argonne, but are excited to see how your independent research group advances the frontiers of X-ray … Read More »

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