Materials that can slow the cooling of highly energetic hot carriers could capture extra energy from the Sun.
We are proud to announce that Professors Jorge Gascon, Magnus Rueping, Osman Bakr and Yu Han are listed as the world’s most-cited researchers for 2019.
Mapping the three-dimensional structure of catalytic centers helps to design new and improved catalysts.
Catalyst switch strategy is the key step in the production of a four-component crystalline tetrablock quarterpolymer.
Talk by Dr. Eiji Tanaka (The Japan Petroleum Institute),Professor Tatsuya Shinagawa (University of Tokyo, Japan) and Dr. Satoshi Suganuma (Tottori University, Japan)
KCC research engineer Samy Ould-Chikh works with colleagues in collaboration with the Néel Institute-CNRS at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in France to study the inner structure of matter.
A method to nanoengineer an emerging family of semiconductors known as perovskites could reduce the cost of high-performance optoelectronic devices.
Congratulations to Ram Karan on winning the 'Young Scientist Award' for his work 'Halo-thermophilic Brine Pool Extremozymes from Single Amplified Genomes' on Thermophiles 2019.
Chao Guan, ChemS PhD Candidate, Supervised by Prof. Kuo-Wei Huang, presenting their PhD Defense today! GOOD LUCK CHAO!
Osman Bakr has been promoted to Professor of Material Science and Engineering.
Abdullah’s interest in astrophotography resulted in this amazing picture of the Beacon. KAUST Beacon published it in its January 2019 edition.
The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) honors Professor Nikos Hadjichristidis with the Chair’s Award of Excellence for his contribution to research, mentorship, teaching, and administration in Chemistry in Greece.
"Catalysis will be instrumental in solving the most pressing environmental and energy-related issues that we face nowadays. At the KAUST Catalysis Center we want to be sitting in the driving seat of this new industrial revolution."Rethinking industry-scale catalytic processes could slash global energy consumption and even turn carbon dioxide into a valuable commodity.
A metal catalyst that gives distinct carbon-based molecular skeletons upon ligand change may unlock cost-effective, green synthetic routes.
Kuo-Wei Huang has been promoted to the rank of full professor!