Huck (ETA) and Li (ATAP) took home the top prize, followed closely by Sean Nord and Man-Hong Wong (both with the ALS). The event took place August 25 and 26 at the Davie Tennis Stadium in Piedmont. Those interested in learning more about the Lab Tennis Club can contact Joe Harkins (x7486) or Csaba Toth (x5338).
Chris Chang (Chemical Sciences) and Omar Yaghi (Materials Sciences) led a study in which covalent organic frameworks were embedded with cobalt porphyrins to produce a molecular system that that not only absorbs carbon dioxide, but also selectively reduces it to carbon monoxide, a primary building block for a wide range of chemical products. More>
Lab Director Paul Alivisatos and Noah Bronstein (Materials Sciences) were part of a multi-institutional team that will receive a $3 million grant for the development of a micro-optical tandem luminescent solar concentrator. More>