Category Archives: In the news
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
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’s Optimized Quantum Spin Coherences in Photosynthetic … Read More
We are excited to have received an award from DOE Basic Energy Sciences to investigate light-driven CO2 capture and conversion! Ksenija is the lead PI for this new program which includes SECG members Dave, Lin, and Karen and we are … 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
Congratulations to Lin, who has recently accepted a post as an Associate Editor at Chemical Science!! See the RSC blog post here.
Lisa and her work are featured in a new virtual issue of ACS Energy Letters! The issue is introduced by short personal stories from each of the included women scientists that comment on their inspiration to engage in energy research, … Read More
Wow, fantastic work Lin! She has been named to the Clarivate Analytics Global Highly Cited Researchers list for 2019. The list identifies scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% by citations for their field and … Read More
Congratulations to Lisa, who was recognized as the programmatic PSE Employee of the Month! The award citation states: Lisa Utschig (CSE) is recognized for her embodiment of Argonne’s core values while acting as a newly appointed Lead Principal Investigator (PI) … Read More
Lin’s recent work to track light- and pH-triggered protein folding using time-resolved X-ray scattering was highlighted by the APS! Read the press release here.
Ryan, Dugan, and Lin’s latest collaboration with Dan Nocera’s group at Harvard was highlighted by Argonne! Read the full paper here and the Argonne feature here. Nice job guys!