Author Archives: Karen Mulfort
We are thrilled that Lin has been recognized as an Argonne Distinguished Fellow! This is the highest professional scientific rank accorded by the lab, and Lin is extremely well-deserving of this title. More information about Lin and her work can … Read More
Michael’s recent publication in Chemical Communications was selected as the back cover of its issue!! This paper was also included in the themed collection: (Photo)electrocatalysis for renewable energy.
We are absolutely thrilled that Lisa is being recognized by the UChicago Argonne Board of Governors with a 2020 Distinguished Performance Award! The award is in recognition of her outstanding, ground-breaking research in biohybrid catalysis. Congratulations Lisa!
Today is Michael’s last day in the group–he is starting an appointment as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the New Jersey Institute of Technology!! We are sad to see him leave Argonne, but we are excited to learn about … Read More
Lin, Oleg, and Lisa have all been recognized with the Impact Argonne Award for Extraordinary Effort for their work during Argonne’s Minimum Safe Operations mode during the IL stay at home order and before the return to Limited Operations. They … Read More
Congratulations to Xiang, who was recognized for his excellent Lightning Talk presentation at the 2020 AMEWS All-Hands (virtual) meeting! He presented his recent work on HEXS/PDF characterization of In2O3 thin films, which is a collaborative project based in Thrust 2 … Read More
Beginning on March 21, in compliance with the State of Illinois’s stay at home order to combat the spread of Covid-19, Argonne is in minimum safe operations mode. Therefore, except for just a few group members who go to the … Read More
Karen just returned from the 2020 Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference where she presented some of the group’s recent work in a talk titled “Molecular modules for artificial photosynthesis: beyond the first coordination sphere”. It was a great meeting and … Read More
GREAT NEWS! Lin has been recognized by the PHYS division of the American Chemical Society with the 2020 Award in Experimental Physical Chemistry for “fundamental contributions to the elucidation of excited state structures, dynamics and energetics of light harvesting systems through … Read More
Check out new the Special Issue of Photosynthesis Research, Photosynthesis-Inspired Biohybrid and Biomimetic Systems guest edited by none other than our very own Dr. Utschig! Lisa wrote a preface to the issue that you can find here, and two new papers … Read More