JCAP News and HIGHLIGHTS

 
JCAP researchers demonstrate efficient light-powered production of fuel from CO2 via artificial photosynthesis.

JCAP researchers demonstrate efficient light-powered production of fuel from CO2 via artificial photosynthesis.

 
Early career scientists are integral part of JCAP. Their research was highlighted at the recent 2017 EFRC-Hub-CMS PI meeting

Early career scientists are integral part of JCAP. Their research was highlighted at the recent 2017 EFRC-Hub-CMS PI meeting

 

UCB student worked with JCAP researchers on solar fuels

UC Berkeley student Ashley Cronk worked with JCAPmentors to develop technologies to produce sustainable solar fuels.

Researchers figured out a more efficient way to make carbon-based fuels from CO2 - a step toward making renewable liquid fuel

Researchers figured out a more efficient way to make carbon-based fuels from CO2 - a step toward making renewable liquid fuel

 
 ACS Editor’s Choice® article describes the describes a new method for rapid construction of phase diagrams by combining AI with combinatorial X-ray data.

 ACS Editor’s Choice® article describes the describes a new method for rapid construction of phase diagrams by combining AI with combinatorial X-ray data.

 
By combining advanced X-ray spectroscopy measuments with calculations, researchers obtained an atomic-scale view of materials.

By combining advanced X-ray spectroscopy measuments with calculations, researchers obtained an atomic-scale view of materials.

In a new study in PNAS, researchers report the mechanics behind an early key step in artificially activating CO2 so that it canbecome the liquid fuel.

In a new study in PNAS, researchers report the mechanics behind an early key step in artificially activating CO2 so that it canbecome the liquid fuel.

 
X-ray technique coupled with theory reveal how oxygen atoms near the surface of Cu had a dramatic effect on the reaction than earlier theories could account for.

X-ray technique coupled with theory reveal how oxygen atoms near the surface of Cu had a dramatic effect on the reaction than earlier theories could account for.

 

A look inside the labs at the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis reveals the inventions and processes that yield groundbreaking discoveries in solar fuel.  The work was published in PNAS.