New Adsorptive Materials and Mechanisms for Greenhouse Gas Reduction
Our group is inspired by the natural world, drawing from the efficiency of trees, molecular pumps, and other biological systems to effectively capture carbon directly from the air. By mimicking nature's remarkable carbon sequestration processes, we hope to make strides in the fight against climate change.
Supramolecular, Porous, and Polymeric Materials for Sustainability
Our group is focused on advancing solar and wind energy through the development of supramolecular, porous, and polymeric materials, targeting greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness to revolutionize energy storage and promote sustainability.
Bioinspired Materials and Biomedicine
Our research group is deeply invested in exploring novel biological and materials platforms. We focus on harnessing non-equilibrium behaviors to facilitate the transport and conversion of chemical species, drawing inspiration from natural processes to foster innovation in material science.