Inorganic chemistry at Brown focuses on organometallic chemistry, sustainable energy, synthesis of nanomaterials, and the role of inorganic compounds in biological systems. Inorganic chemists collaborate with nano/materials chemists and engineers to engage cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary research.
Quantum dots, multifunctional nanomaterials, hybrid nano-structures, and nanotechnology for energy and bio-imaging
Bioinorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry, redox signaling, nitric oxide signaling, energy, carbon dioxide conversion
Nanomaterials synthesis, self-assembly, nanomedicine, catalysis and energy storage