Category Archives: Publications
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!!
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
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.
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
The latest paper from Oleg, Jens, and Lisa landed the cover of the Journal of Physical Chemistry B! This is part of our group’s work supported by the DOE/BES Photosynthetic Systems program, and you can check out the full article here.
We are so excited to have one of the group’s 2018 papers selected as an Editor’s Choice in Chemical Science by Associate Editor Serena deBeer! This is a wonderful recognition of the collaborative, interdisciplinary work that our group excels at. … 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.
Congratulations to Lisa, whose work (here) was recently selected to grace the inside back cover of Chemical Science!
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!
Congratulations to Jens and Oleg for their cover of the recent special issue of Advanced Energy Materials: Carbon Nanoforms for Photovoltaics!! You can read their comprehensive review of EPR analysis of charge separation in OPV materials here.