May 4, 2022
Decarbonizing the chemical industry
We recently published a perspective article in JACS Au in which we discussed the emerging electrochemical technologies for decarbonizing the chemical industry.
January 18, 2022
CO2 electrolysis technology
We recently published an Account focusing on our latest contributions in both fundamental and applied research in the field of electrocatalytic CO2 and CO reduction reactions. The full article can be found in Accounts of Chemical Research.
January 11, 2022
Electrochemical conversion of NOx
NOx is considered as a major pollutant to our environment. We recently investigated the electrochemical approach to convert gaseous NOx using transition metal catalysts, which may help us tackle the NOx emission issues. The results have been published in JACS.
October 20, 2021
Ion conductor for solid-state batteries
A recent study on copper-coordinated cellulose ion conductors was published in Nature. This work was conducted through collaborations among Dr. Jiao's group and other collaborators (led by Prof. Liangbing Hu at University of Maryland, College Park).
July 12, 2021
Techno-economic analysis of CO2 electrolysis
Low-temperature CO2 electrolysis represents a potential enabling process in the production of renewable chemicals and fuels, notably carbon monoxide, formic acid, ethylene and ethanol. We recently conducted a systematic techno-economic assessment to evaluate its feasibility as a CO2 utilization approach. The results have been published in Nature Sustainability.