Aisulu's work together with collaborators from Thermo Scientific and SSRL on the improvements in CO2 hydrogenation to hydrocarbons by engineering Ru-Fe heterodimer structures has been published in Angewandte Chemie! Link
Aisulu's and Cody's work on the redispersion of ruthenium particles into single atomic species on ceria and the consequences for CO2 hydrogenation has been accepted for publication in a special issue of the Chinese Journal of Catalysis!
Emmett's work, together with fantastic collaborators in the SUNCAT Center and SSRL (SLAC), shows us how deactivation of supported catalysts can happen by decomposition into single atoms in Nature Catalysis! Link and Stanford story
The fantastic work by Andrew and collaborators on making polymer/nanocrystal composites that exhibit transition state and product diffusion control reminiscent of enzymes is finally out in Nature Catalysis! Lots of exciting opportunities ahead of us! Link to paper and Stanford's press release
In a fantastic collaboration with Diana Berman from U. North Texas and Elena Schevchenko from Argonne National Lab, Emmett contributed to describe materials made by ALD infiltration of polymer precursors to prepare active catalysts and reported in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces! Link
Jay's contribution, in collaboration with a fantastic team from Denmark, Stanford and Imperial College, to a rigorous protocol to detect ammonia from electrochemical synthesis is now out in Nature! Link