Thermoplastic elastomers are the most important and widely used polymeric materials to date. We are exploring novel synthetic pathways to afford a more practical and easier access to functionalized and specialized thermoplastics. This research effort involves the investigation of the photoactivation of metal organic catalysts with a variety of monomers also in combination with other […]
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Biocompatible materials with tailored functions, biological responses and mechanical properties are investigated. The project involves the investigation of novel polymeric building blocks that are combined with self-assembled materials.
Nanoparticles are important building blocks towards the development of nanomedical approaches to treat cardiovascular disease and to target areas of inflammation to release suitable therapeutics. Our long standing effort in this area has led us to develop the second generation of nanosponge materials in a more effective synthetic pathway. Photoactivation of crosslinking units in nanonetworks […]
University of Houston
Department of Chemistry
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Recent NewsAugust 17, 2021: YuSheng’s paper featuring distorted diimine Pd(II) catalysts for block copolymer synthesis was published today in the Angewandte! Congrats :)
August 02, 2021: Eva was named ACS Fellow 2021. Thank you all for your support :)
May 28, 2021: Kuraray donated a DMA instrument to us. Many thanks! We all will take good care of it :) In the picture (r-l): Ed Chow (Kuraray), Hasaan, Yu-Sheng, Anthony and Valentin :)