Tim Lian is featured in a recent Chemical and Engineering News article, “Success of Climate Change Deal Will Hinge on Chemistry” (subscriber access; Emory users can access via Woodruff Online Journals). The article highlights the key role of chemistry in the climate change talks in Paris in December. Dr. Lian’s research into light-driven charge transfer for solar energy conversion is highlighted.
Tim Lian‘s energy research is the subject of a recent profile by Emory News Center and Emory’s eScience Commons, “Chemists find new way to do light-driven reactions in solar energy quest.” [Full Article]
Emory researchers–including Craig Hill, Tim Lian, and Jamal Musaev— recently received a $900,000 grant from the DOE’s Office of Science to develop a more robust and efficient way to convert solar energy into fuel.