Prof. Alexander Sinitskii
Professor Alexander Sinitskii featured on the cover of Advanced Electronic Materials
Professor Alexander Sinitskii and a team of researchers from the University of Nebraska and Drexel University had a recent publication featured on the cover of Advanced Electronic Materials. Their paper demonstrated that modifying the traditional method of synthesizing the MXene can substantially affect the structure and related properties of its individual, nanoscopic flakes.
Dr. Francisco’s and Dr. Zeng’s work makes cover of Journal of the American Chemical Society
A recent publication by College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean Joseph Francisco, Dr. Xiao Zeng, and their colleagues was featured on the cover of the January 11th edition of JACS and on JACS spotlights. The article reports results from high-level electronic structure calculations as well as both classical and Born—Oppenheimer ab initio molecular dynamics simulations of glyoxal solvation at the air/liquid water interface.
Prof. Stephen Morin
Morin, team show potential of 'stretchable surfaces'
Congratulations to Professor Stephen Morin and his colleagues for their recent publications in Small and Chemistry of Materials! The team’s recently published research demonstrates how the chemistry of stretchable surfaces can affect their interactions with microscopic particles – and enhance or streamline processes usually conducted on rigid foundations.
Prof. David Hage
Hage's highly cited articles in Clinica Chimica Acta
Professor David Hage’s article, “Review: Glycation of human serum albumin,” was one of the most highly cited articles in Clinica Chimica Acta from 2014 to 2016. This article, published in 2013, was in the top five for citations over the three-year span. Congratulations Professor Hage!
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