PhD student Aliaksei Aliakseyeu’s research was recently accepted to Soft Matter! The article, titled “Selective Hydrogen Bonding Controls Temperature Response of Layer-by-Layer Upper Critical Solution Temperature Micellar Assemblies“, is now available to read online. Congratulations, Alex!
Victoria Albright’s research was recently published in Biomaterials! The article, titled “Polyphosphazenes Enable Durable, Hemocompatible, Highly Efficient Antibacterial Coatings“, is now available to read online. Congratulations, Victoria!
PhD candidate Raman Hlushko’s poster presentation won 3rd place at the recent APTEC Symposium! He presented his poster, titled “Synthesis and Temperature Response of Star Polymers: Role of Molecular Architecture and a Small Molecule Competitor”, at the APTEC 8th Annual Research Symposium on Nov. 6, 2020.
Diana Al Husseini’s research has been published in Chemical Communications. The article, titled “All-Nanoparticle Layer-by-layer Coatings for Mid-IR On-Chip Gas Sensing“, is now available to read online. Congratulations, Diana!
Qing and Zhen’s recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials is featured in another popular news site, The Economist!
Read the article published on the Economist here.
Qing and Zhen’s research was featured on MSN! The video, titled “US Army developing self-healing material for ‘Terminator-style’ machines”, can be seen here.
Qing and Zhen’s recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials is receiving a lot of well-deserved attention!
In addition to the articles on the U.S. Army and TAMU Engineering sites, the research was recently featured in an article on Futurity, titled “Reversible ‘stitches’ give self-healing polymers new powers”.