In a recent paper in Nature Chemistry, we report a general multiphase design of stiff polymers that can repair themselves without any external help from light, heat, healing agents, or solvents. The multiphase design is key to combine advanced mechanical properties of nanocomposites with autonomous self-healing capability of supramolecular assembly. The work is also highlighted recently in C&EN News.
10/29/14 Our recent JACS paper on Ruthenium-catalyzed chiral amination was highlighted by SYNFACTS. Congrats to Nate and Vy!
10/28/14 Davoud's communication on metal-ligand self-healing polymers was accepted by JACS. Congratulations!
9/12/14 Tobi received a Regents' Dissertation Fellowship! Congrats!
8/20/14 Congratulation to Jae and Aaron for their paper being accepted by Nature Materials! This is the first direct correlation of single molecule and bulk mechanical properties for polymers. Fantastic job!
8/18/14 Nate's JACS communication on catalytic synthesis of enantiopure amines was accepted. Congratulations!