November 29, 2023
Dr. Jiao gave an invited plenary presentation at International Symposium on Green Transformation of Carbon Dioxide (ISGTCO2), Brisbane, Australia. This event kicked off the newly established ARC GETCO2 center where Dr. Jiao serves as an international investigator.
November 15, 2023
Dr. Jiao is named as a 2023 Highly Cited Researcher.
Thanks to our lovely hard-working students and postdocs. This is an achievement by all current and past members of the Jiao group.
August 3, 2023
We moved to Washington University in St. Louis. And we are hiring!
Our lab moved to the Energy, Environmental, & Chemical Engineering Department in the Washington University in St. Louis. We have a few immediate postdoc openings in the field of catalysis. We are looking for candidates with strong background in thermochemical or electrochemical reactor engineering, and CFD modeling. If interested, please send your CV to email@example.com.
June 13, 2023
CO2 as a sustainable raw material in our future food production
We are thrilling to part of a new consortium, where we will work with companies and university researchers to create a sustainable source of proteins for human food derived from CO2. The aim is to help fight the rising global problems with food insecurity and greenhouse-gas emissions from agriculture. the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Novo Nordisk Foundation are supporting the initiative with up to DKK 200 million (€27 million).
June 8, 2023
Crops grown without sunlight
In a recent issue of Science, our work on corps grown without sunlight was highlighted by Robert F. Service. The feature article discussed the innovation by Drs. Jinkerson and Jiao, to grow corps in dark with an acetate solution produced through an electrocatalytic CO2 reduction process. The full article can be found [here].
May 19, 2023
Nolux won the NASA Deep Space Food Challenge
Together with team members from University of California Riverside, we (Team Nolux) won the NASA Deep Space Food Challenge Phase 2 Award! We proposed an artificial photosynthetic pathway to produce foods from CO2, H2O, and electricity, which has the potential to support NASA's manned deep space missions. The news announcement can be found [here].
January 2, 2023
Best practices in CO2 electrocatalysis research
Together with Dr. Seger and Dr. Robert, we discussed the issues faced when reporting performance of CO2 electrolysis technology and recommend how to move forward at both materials and device levels. The article has been published in Nature Sustainability. [Link to full article]