Nanowires are promising building blocks for artificial photosynthesis.
Nanowires enable novel solar cell geometries for improved performance.
The nanowire geometry is intriguing for miniaturized optics and photonics.
Nanowires can inhibit heat transport for next-generation thermoelectrics.
Sustainable Nano features Kelsey's work on self-photosensitized bacteria: Bacteria in the Shell: A Nano-bio Hybrid for Solar Energy Capture.
Sam's review, "Semiconductor Nanowire Lasers," makes the cover of Nature Reviews Materials.
Congratulations to Nick, Andrew, Kelsey, Arky, and Stephanie on graduating!
Our group's research on artificial photosynthesis is featured in an essay in Aeon: Sunshine in a Bottle.
Peidong is elected to the National Academy of Sciences!
Our group's bacterial-inorganic hybrid catalysts for artificial photosynthesis make the cover of UC Berkeley's Catalyst, Vol. 11 Issue 1.
Kelsey's Science paper is featured by the MRS Bulletin: Bio Focus: Hybrid semiconductor-bacterium self-photosensitization improves artificial photosynthesis
Our group's work on artificial photosynthesis is highlighted in a PNAS News Feature: Liquid Sunlight.
Former undergraduate member Yuxi Tian is a recipient of the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, supporting his graduate work towards biomathematics and statistics at UCLA.
One-dimensional (1D) nanostructures are of both fundamental and technological interest. They not only exhibit interesting electronic and optical properties intrinsically associated with their low dimensionality and the quantum confinement effect...
Several postdoc positions are available in the following research directions:
-Photosynthetic biohybrid system
-Electrochemical CO2 reduction.
Candidates with interdisciplinary training at the materials and biology interface are encouraged to apply. Applicants, please contact Prof. Peidong Yang directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.