JCAP News and HIGHLIGHTS

 
Reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Leblebici et al., 1, 16093, copyright (2016).

Reprinted by permission from Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Leblebici et al., 1, 16093, copyright (2016).

 

JCAP AND JPL JOIN FORCES AT Keck Institute for Space Studies workshop

JCAP and JPL co-organized a workshop on addressing in situ resource utilization using solar energy and CO2 reduction for the future planetary exploration missions.

JCAP and JPL co-organized a workshop on addressing in situ resource utilization using solar energy and CO2 reduction for the future planetary exploration missions.

 
  Self-passivation under operational conditions is observed for several copper vanadate photoanodes, demonstrating their viability forsolar fuels devices.

 

Self-passivation under operational conditions is observed for several copper vanadate photoanodes, demonstrating their viability forsolar fuels devices.

Scientists have discovered a possible secret to dramatically boosting the efficiency of perovskite solar cells

Scientists have discovered a possible secret to dramatically boosting the efficiency of perovskite solar cells

 
Award for leadership in electrochemistry involving fuel cells, electrolyzers, and other electro-chemical means relating to hydrogen processing

Award for leadership in electrochemistry involving fuel cells, electrolyzers, and other electro-chemical means relating to hydrogen processing

 

CX XIANG PRESENTs AT KECK INSTITUTE FOR SPACE STUDIES WORKSHOP

CX Xiang presents on "Photoelectrochemical Devices for Conversion of CO2 and Water to Oxygen and Fuels". See video here.

CX Xiang presents on "Photoelectrochemical Devices for Conversion of CO2 and Water to Oxygen and Fuels". See video here.

A Bismuth-Vanadate thin-film semiconductor is tested for degradation (Credit: Paul Mueller/LBNL).

A Bismuth-Vanadate thin-film semiconductor is tested for degradation (Credit: Paul Mueller/LBNL).

 
Dr. Toma accepted the prestigious award in Rome where she met the President of Italy Sergio Mattarella. (Photo property of lbl.gov)

Dr. Toma accepted the prestigious award in Rome where she met the President of Italy Sergio Mattarella. (Photo property of lbl.gov)

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO IAN SHARP ON RECEIVING THE EARLY CAREER AWARD

Ian Sharp is one of 49 scientists across the nation to receive an Early Career Research Award by the Department of Energy. Read more here.

Ian Sharp is one of 49 scientists across the nation to receive an Early Career Research Award by the Department of Energy. Read more here.

 

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