Our Paper “Ultrathin Epitaxial Cu@Au Core–Shell Nanowires for Stable Transparent Conductors” by Zhiqiang Niu, Fan Cui, et al, just published in the Journal of American Chemical Society.
Many scientific discoveries and patent applications have resulted from more than 25 research projects underway since West Coast universities and BASF established the California Research Alliance (CARA) by BASF in 2014. This multidisciplinary collaboration headed by the College of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) conducts research on new inorganic and other advanced materials, biosciences and their applications.
BASF and UC Berkeley extend alliance for five years (Dr. Peter Eckes, President of Bioscience Research and North America Research Representative, BASF (seated left), and Prof. Paul Alivisatos, Vice Chancellor of Research, UC Berkeley (seated right) sign agreement to extend CARA for five years. Around them left to right: Prof. Doug Clark, Dean, College of Chemistry, UC Berkeley; Gray Davis, Former Governor of California; Janet Napolitano, President, University of California; Prof. Omar Yaghi, Founding Director of CARA, UC Berkeley; Dr. Harald Lauke, President of Advanced Materials and Systems Research, BASF; Kerstin Schierle-Arndt, Associate Director of CARA, BASF; Prof. Peidong Yang, Founding Director of CARA, UC Berkeley.)
Representatives of industry, academia and government participate in a roundtable discussion titled, “Driving Innovation at the Interface of Academia and Industry”. (Michael Pcolinksi, Vice President, Advanced Materials and Systems Research, BASF Corporation (at podium). Pictured left to right: Dr. Peter Eckes, President of Bioscience Research and North America Research Representative, BASF; Prof. Mark Coopersmith, Faculty Director, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley; Dr. Eric Rohlfing, Acting Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E); and Prof. Paul Alivisatos, Vice Chancellor of Research, UC Berkeley. )
CARA anniversary symposium will be held during April 24-25th. Talks are open to public in Banatao conference room, Sutardja Dai Hall.
Professor Joseph M. DeSimone
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professor Josef Michl
Department of Chemistry
University of Colorado Boulder
Professor Mark Coopersmith
Haas School of Business
University of California at Berkeley
Our paper “Benzoin Radicals as Reducing Agent for Synthesizing Ultrathin Copper Nanowires” by Fan Cui, Letian Dou et. al. has been published on Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Professor Ted Sargent from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University of Toronto gives the first BASF Chemical Sciences Lectureship talk of the season, titled “Materials and Devices for the Renewable Synthesis of Fuels and Feedstocks.”