Semiconductor nanocrystals drive nitrogenase to photochemically convert nitrogen to ammonia. Our work with collaborators from NREL, Utah State University, and Montana State University appears in Science . See also the story on CU website and coverage in C&E News .
In the recent Science Buffs article on the "ten-hundred word challenge" and the "up-goer-five" text editor , Amanda explained our group's research in excessively simple terms. Limited to the 1000 most commonly used words, she described nanocrystals as "tiny rocks" and couldn't even use the word "energy." Read the article here !
Manuscript on nano particles and nano droplets problem with ultrafast extreme ultraviolet beams, led by our collaborators in the Kapteyn-Murnane group, has been published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
The Dukovic group is pleased to welcome Kristina Vrouwenvelder and Shelby Beer, 1st year PhD students in Materials and Nanoscience, and Jesse Ruzicka, a 1st year PhD student in Physical Chemistry, to the group!
The Dukovic Group welcomes Pornthip Tongying, Ph.D. as our new postdoctoral scholar. Pornthip received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Notre Dame specializing in TEM and nanocrystal synthesis. Welcome, Pornthip!