10 September, 2020

Phasing out a microscope's tricks

Imaging artifacts discovered in high-resolution electron microscopes may impact development of next-generation electronic devices.

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08 September, 2020

Peel-apart surfaces drive transistors to the ledge

Surfaces featuring atomic-scale ledges and steps can act as reusable templates for producing nanoelectronic components.

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02 September, 2020

Making more of methane

Looking closely at the chemical process that transforms methane into useful products could help unveil more efficient ways to use natural gas.

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16 August, 2020

Copper nanoclusters shape up

Atomically precise nanocluster may provide fresh direction for nanocatalysts.

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10 August, 2020

Space invaders as MOFs act as liquids

Modified metal organic frameworks that can behave as porous liquids offer new possibilities for gas separation technologies.

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22 June, 2020

Catalyzing a green future

Highly modular metal-organic framework-based materials show great potential for photocatalytic hydrogen production.

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04 June, 2020

Merfat Alsabban Wins Best Poster Award At International Conference

Merfat Alsabban, Ph.D. candidate in the Chemical Science Program of the Physical Science and Engineering Division, recently won a best poster award at the 18th Asian Chemical Congress.

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31 May, 2020

A cool approach to defect-free solar cells

Solar cells based on single-crystal perovskite films hit a new efficiency record of 21.9 percent.

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20 May, 2020

Professor Kuo-Wei Huang recognized as one of the Pioneers & Influencers in Organometallic Chemistry

​This year, Organometallics is publishing personal perspectives from organometallic chemists in a 2020 campaign titled “Pioneers and Influencers in Organometallic Chemistry."

The purpose of the campaign is to recognize organometallic chemists who are influential in the field, have an admiral story, or have taken an unusual career path.

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05 May, 2020

Professor Nikos Hadjichristidis awarded H.F. Mark Medal from the Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology (OFI)

The annual award honors outstanding individuals in the area of polymer science.

Congratulations Prof. Nikos Hadjichristidis!

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04 March, 2020

Corteva Agriscience Lecture presented by Prof. Rueping at FloHet 2020

The “Corteva Agriscience Lecture” was delivered by Prof. Magnus Rueping, Associate Director of KAUST Catalysis Center, at the 19th Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Chemistry Conference (FloHet) on March 3rd, 2020.

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26 February, 2020

Additive boosts through a twist in the tail

Unconventional perovskites with an inverted structure see a leap in efficiency and longevity with an amine-based additive.

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23 February, 2020

Research scientist Viko Ladelta wins award at 16th Pacific Polymer Conference

KAUST research scientist Dr. Viko Ladelta, who is part of Professor Nikos Hadjichristidis' research group, recently received the best poster award at the 16th Pacific Polymer Conference (PPC-16).

Congratulations Viko!!!

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27 December, 2019

Harnessing hot carriers for high efficiency solar cells

Materials that can slow the cooling of highly energetic hot carriers could capture extra energy from the Sun.

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01 December, 2019

KCC Professors Jorge Gascon, Magnus Rueping, Osman Bakr and Yu Han are Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers 2019.

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.

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27 November, 2019

Smart reactions through online design of catalytic pockets

Mapping the three-dimensional structure of catalytic centers helps to design new and improved catalysts.

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07 November, 2019

Catalyst switching means four become one

Catalyst switch strategy is the key step in the production of a four-component crystalline tetrablock quarterpolymer.

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07 November, 2019

KCC Special Seminar

Talk by Dr. Eiji Tanaka (The Japan Petroleum Institute),Professor Tatsuya Shinagawa (University of Tokyo, Japan) and Dr. Satoshi Suganuma (Tottori University, Japan)

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22 October, 2019

Unraveling how nature arranges atoms in space

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.

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24 September, 2019

Building approach for optoelectronics stacks up

A method to nanoengineer an emerging family of semiconductors known as perovskites could reduce the cost of high-performance optoelectronic devices.

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