As the Brookhaven campus springs back to life and the flowers begin to bloom, I would like to celebrate the growth we have experienced here at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials. From the number of users to the studies published in prestigious journals, the CFN's value and impact continue to grow.
Congratulations on surviving the Long Island winter, and on the many great experimental achievements of the past several months! I want to welcome those of you that are new to the CFN and thank our entire community for continuing to improve our activities in the laboratory and beyond.
Critical to understanding heterogeneous catalysis is the identification of the active sites involved in reactive processes. Recently, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have developed an approach to grow ordered, mesoscale assemblies of nanocrystals of two types, a metal (Au) and an oxide (FeOx).
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