Nano and Materials Chemistry are actively pursued by the Department of Chemistry. The potential applications of nanoparticles are enormous, and include magnetic data storage (computers), exchange-spring magnets (tiny motors), photonics, separations, DNA detection, drug delivery, medical imaging and magnetic cancer therapy.
Glycobiology, polymers, green chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, interfacial recognition, nanomaterials
Quantum dots, multifunctional nanomaterials, hybrid nano-structures, and nanotechnology for energy and bio-imaging
Two-dimensional nanocrystals, energy & technology, thermodynamics in reduced dimension, single particle optical spectroscopy
Nanomaterials synthesis, self-assembly, nanomedicine, catalysis and energy storage
Nanoclusters, chemical structures and bonding, catalysis, cluster-assembled nanomaterials, multiply charged anions, electrospray ionization and solution chemistry in the gas phase, photodetachment, photoelectron spectroscopy and imaging
Nanoscience, self-assembly, scanning microscopies, organic synthesis