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Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Senator Arthur Sinodinos visited nanomaterials centre to announce a $2 million CRC project on flexible screen-printed batteries development

Flexible screen-printed batteri...

Congratulations to Gordon Xu's promotion to Professor

Congratulations to Nanomaterials Centre's group leader Dr. Zhiping (Gordon) Xu for his recent promotion to Professor.

Welcome Dr. Han Hu (DECRA) to join nanomaterials centre in 2017 under the supervision of Professor Lianzhou Wang

Congratulations to Centre researcher Dr. Run Zhang to win DECRA

Welcome Dr. Yang Bai (UQ Development Fellowships) to join nanomaterials centre

 Welcome Dr. Yang Bai (UQ Development Fellowships) to join nanomaterials centre under the supervision of Professor Lianzhou Wang

Congratulations to Centre researcher Dr. Delai Ye to win the 2016 ARC Discovery Project on energy storage devices

 

Progress in photoelectrochemical: New stable hematite nanosheet photoanodes published in Advanced Materials

Stable Hematite Nanosheet Photoanodes for Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting

Progress in photoelectrochemical: Unprecedented performance of WO3 films reported in Nano Energy

Synergistic crystal facet engineering and structural control of WO3 films exhibiting unprecedented photoelectrochemical performance

Publication highlight: New application of Perovskite materials published in Advanced Materials

Resistive Switching Behavior in Organic–Inorganic Hybrid CH

Best Presentation award for centre student Miaoqiang Lyu

Centre RHD student Miaoqiang Lyu won the award for best student presentation at the Annual Meeting of CRC for polymers, held in Melbourne, 11th Aug 2015.

Best Presentation award for centre student Meng Zhang

Centre RHD student Meng Zhang won the award for best student presentation at the Annual Meeting of CRC for polymers, held in Melbourne, 29

Publication highlight: Paper selected as HOT paper for Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Angewandte Chemie International Edition selected a paper from the Nanomac group as a HOT paper by their journal. Angewandte Chemie International Edition is one of the most prestigious journals in the field of chemistry with a high impact factor

UQ-India Clean Energy Workshop

The UQ - India Clean Energy workshop brough together leading international scientists

Publication highlight: Centre research published as Frontpage article in Green Chemistry

Centre catalysis research featured on the front page of Green Chemistry

Centre Foundation Director Max Lu elected to the Australian Academy of Science

Professor Max Lu, foundation director of the Nanomaterials Centre, was elected to the Australian Academy of Science at the end of March. Professor Lu is now one of only a very few who are elected to both the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering. In 2016 became Vice Chancellor of Surrey University In 2017 was awarded an AO

Centre Foundation Director Max Lu named as Queensland Great

Congratulations to our ARC DP awardees

Congratulations to the many centre members and associates who were successful in receiving funding in the 2012 round of ARC Discovery Projects.

New centre publication in Angewandte Chemie

Recently published centre research in Angewandte Chemie (IF 13.45) and recommended as a HOT arcticle by editor.

Centre graduate recognised as ANN Young Nanoscience Ambassador

Centre graduate and postdoctoral fellow Dr Amirali Popat has been awarded a 2012  Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN) Young Nanoscience Ambassador award. The ANN awards are given to small number of students per year, and applic...

2012 UQ Foundation Research Excellence Award for Centre Researcher Da-Wei Wang

Dr Da-Wei Wang received $78,000 for his research to develop highly reliable, high-energy lithium batteries that can be used to power electric or hybrid vehicles and smartphones.

ARCCFN Annual Conference, Advances in Functional Nanomaterials

The 8th Annual Conference of the ARCCFN will be held from the 15-16 November 2012 in Sydney, Australia. This year we are pleased to open the conference to the broader scientific community and invite you to join us for two days in Sydney. Please join us in what promises to be an outstanding gathering of the nanomaterials research community

Future Fellowship for Centre researcher Gordon Xu

Green feel for collaboration with China

Dr Li Li is building a bridge between researchers in Australia and China as she works to reduce car emissions using high-performance nano-engineering.

High level China delegation visits nanomac

Nanomac Director honoured with top Chinese accolade

Poster award for centre student

Centre RDH student Erika Fiset won third prize in the best poster awards at the Annual Word Conference on Carbon 2012, held in Krakow, Poland last June. Her poster, Effects of Particle Size and Graphitic Structure on the Electr...

The Dow Chemical Company and University of Queensland sign groundbreaking $10 million strategic partnership

UQ researchers celebrated for excellence in their fields

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