2017 年度 RSC Prizes & Awards 现已开放提名

英国皇家化学会系列奖项(RSC Prizes & Awards)是为了奖励在推动化学科学发展做出杰出贡献的个人、团队或组织。目前设置的奖项和奖励共计80余种,涵盖了化学科学所有领域。英国皇家化学会系列奖项奖励的获得者中至今共产生了近 50 位诺贝尔奖得主,包括 Harry Kroto、Fred Sanger 、Linus Pauling 及 2016 年的三位诺贝尔化学奖得主。

现 2017 年度的奖项奖励已于 10 月 1 日开放提名,截止日期为 2017 年 1 月 16 。任何人都可以获得英国皇家化学会 Prizes & Awards 的提名(即成为被提名人),但有些奖励和奖项要求提名人必须是英国皇家化学会的会员。过去来自中国大陆的获奖者包括中科院上海有机化学研究所的游书力研究员(2015 RSC Merck Award)和哈尔滨工业大学的马军教授(2016 RSC Sustainable Water Award)。

开放给包括中国学者在内的奖项奖励详情及要求请见下文(已按学科大类划分)。请通过每个奖项的URL,使用在线提名系统提交相关材料:

  1. 提名人的个人信息(名字、联系方式、RSC 会员号);

  2. 被提名人的个人信息(名字和联系方式);

  3. 被提名人的最新个人简历;

  4. 不超过 4500 字的支持性文字说明(以此支持遴选要求);

  5. 一句话成果描述(以此说明被提名获奖的理由)。

Chemistry Biology Interface

Jeremy Knowles Award

Introduction

The Jeremy Knowles Award is to recognise and promote the importance of inter- and multi-disciplinary research between chemistry and the life sciences.

Past winners

1. Dr Jeffery Kelly, The Scripps Research Institute (2016)

2. Professor Herman Overkleeft, Leiden University (2015)

3. Professor Gurdyal Besra, University of Birmingham (2014)

4. Professor Ronald T Raines, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2013)

Requirement

55 years old or below on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/JeremyKnowlesAward/

Rita and John Cornforth Award

Introduction

The Rita and John Cornforth Award enables scientists working in collaborative research teams with both chemistry and the life sciences disciplines to be promoted and rewarded.

Past winners

1. Dublin-Reading DNA Consortium, University of Reading, University of Dublin, Trinity College, University College Dublin (2016)

2. Professors Alison Ashcroft & Sheena Radford, University of Leeds (2015)

3. Structural Genomics Consortium, University of Oxford (2014)

4. Professor Tom Simpson FRS, University of Bristol (2013)

Requirement

No age restrictions, Nominations must be for teams, rather than for individuals, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/RitaandJohnCornforthAward/

Education

Schools Education Award

Introduction

The Schools Education Award is presented to a teacher or team who has demonstrated an exceptional ability to teach chemistry and inspire students at any pre-university level, either over a prolonged period of time or by making a large impact in a short period of time.

Past winners

1. Mr Frank Scullion, Loreto College, Coleraine (2016)

2. Dr David Wright, Kendrick School (2012)

3. William Beveridge, Dollar Academy(2010)

4. Leila Elliott, NEPIC Science Education Unit, UK (2008)

Requirement

No age restrictions, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/SchoolEducation/

Environmental

Environment Prize

Introduction

The Environment Prize is awarded for outstanding contributions to the chemical sciences in the area of environment, sustainability and energy.

Past winners

1. Professor Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham (2015)

2. Professor Michael Wasielewski, Northwestern University, USA (2013)

3. James Clark, University of York (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/EnvironmentPrize/

Sustainable Energy Award

Introduction

The Sustainable Energy Award is for the contributions of chemical sciences to sustainable energy. This includes development or understanding of materials and processes and the improvement of existing technologies through the application of the chemical sciences.

Past winners

1. Professor Omar Farha, Northwestern University & King Abdulaziz University (2015)

2. Professor Saiful Islam, University of Bath (2013)

3. Edwin Constable, University of Basel (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/SustainableEnergyAward/

Industry & Technology

Materials for Industry-Derek Birchall Award

Introduction

The Materials for Industry – Derek Birchall Award rewards an individual for creativity and excellence in the application of materials chemistry in industry.

Past winners

1. Professor Tobin Marks, Northwestern University (2015)

2. Professor John W Goodby, University of York (2013)

3. Patrick McGrail, University of Sheffield (2009)

Requirement

Runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/MaterialsforIndustryAward/

Inorganic

Applied Inorganic Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Applied Inorganic Chemistry Award is for outstanding contributions to the development of any branch of inorganic chemistry which has an application in industry

Past winners

1. Professor Yi Lu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2015)

2. Professor Andrew Barron, Rice University (2013)

3. Russell Morris, University of St Andrew (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/AppliedInorganicChemistryAward/

Bioinorganic Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Bioinorganic Chemistry Award recognises outstanding research in any aspect of bioinorganic chemistry.

Past winners

1. Professor Paul Dyson, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (2015)

2. Professor Tom O’Halloran, Northwestern University (2013)

3. James A Cowan, Ohio State University (2011)

Requirement

55 or under on 31 January 2017, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/BioinorganicChemistry/

Homogeneous Catalysis Award

Introduction

The Homogeneous Catalysis Award recognises outstanding research in homogeneous catalysis.

Past winners

1. Professor Pedro Pérez, Universidad de Huelva (2015)

2. Dr Morris Bullock, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), USA (2013)

3. Jonathan Williams, University of Bath (2011)

Requirement

55 or under on 31 January 2017, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/HomogeneousCatalysisAward/

Inorganic Mechanisms Award

Introduction

The Inorganic Mechanisms Award recognises studies leading to understanding of reaction mechanisms in any branch of inorganic chemistry and by any methods.

Past winners

1. Professor Peter Ford, University of California, Santa Barbara (2015)

2. Professor Mike George, University of Nottingham (2013)

3. Lawrence Que, University of Minnesota (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/InorganicMechanismsAward/

Ludwig Mond Award

Introduction

The Ludwig Mond Award is for outstanding research in any aspect of inorganic chemistry.

Past winners

1. Professor Richard Winpenny, University of Manchester (2016)

2. Professor Vivian Yam, The University of Hong Kong (2015)

3. Professor Gerard Parkin, Columbia University (2014)

Requirement

55 or below on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/LudwigMondAward/

Materials

De Gennes Prize

Introduction

The RSC de Gennes Prize is for outstanding and exceptional work in the field of materials chemistry.

Past winners

1. Professor Mercouri Kanatzidis, Northwestern University (2015)

2. Professor Susumu Kitagawa, Kyoto University (2013)

3. Steve Mann, University of Bristol (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/deGennesPrize/

Barrer Award

Introduction

The Barrer Award recognises meritorious recent pure or applied work in the field of porous inorganic materials.

Past winners

1. Dr Luis Gómez-Hortigüela, Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica-CSIC(2014)

2. Geoffrey Ozin, University of Toronto (2011)

3. Ben Slater, University College London (2008)

Requirement

37 or under on 31 January 2017, Run triennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/BarrerAward/

Beilby Medal and Prize

Introduction

The Beilby Medal and Prize recognises work of exceptional practical significance in chemical engineering, applied materials science, energy efficiency or a related field.

Past winners

1. Professor Sarbajit Banerjee, Texas A&M University (2016)

2. Professor Benjamin Wiley, Duke University (2015)

3. Professor Javier Pérez-Ramírez, ETH Zurich (2014)

4. Professor Xiangfeng Duan, University of California, Los Angeles (2013)

Requirement

39 or under on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/Beilby/

John B Goodenough Award

Introduction

The John B Goodenough Award is to recognise exceptional and sustained contributions to the area of materials chemistry.

Past winners

1. Professor William David, ISIS and University of Oxford (2015)

2. Professor Anthony West, University of Sheffield (2013)

3. Andrew Holmes, University of Melbourne (2011)

Requirement

Runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/JohnBGoodenoughAward/

Organic

Perkin Prize for Organic Chemistry

Introduction

The Perkin Prize for organic chemistry is awarded for sustained originality and achievement in research in any area of organic chemistry.

Past winners

1. Professor Amos Smith, University of Pennsylvania and the Monell Chemical Senses Center (2015)

2. Professor Varinder Aggarwal, University of Bristol (2013)

3. Stephen Davies, University of Oxford (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, Run biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/PerkinPrize/

Merck Award

Introduction

The Merck, Sharp and Dohme Award (previously the Merck Award) is for contributions to any area of organic chemistry from a researcher under the age of 45.

Past winners

1. Professor Neil Garg, University of California, Los Angeles (2016)

2. Professor Shuli You, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (2015)

3. Professor Andy Smith, University of St. Andrews(2014)

4. Professor Christina White, University of Illinois(2013)

Requirement

45 years old or under on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/MerckAward/

Organic Industrial Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Organic Industrial Chemistry Award is for the application of organic chemistry in an industrial context by a person or team.

Past winners

1. Dr Debra Wallace, MSD (2015)

2. Klaus Müller, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG (2011)

3. Nicholas Turner, University of Manchester (2009)

Requirement

no age restrictions, runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/OrganicIndustrialChemistryAward/

Organic Stereochemistry Award

Introduction

The Organic Stereochemistry Award is for studies of stereochemistry related to structure, reactivity or synthesis.

Past winners

1. Professor David O’Hagan, University of St Andrews (2015)

2. Professor Peter O’Brien, University of York (2013)

3. Ben Feringa, University of Groningen (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/OrganicStereochemistryAward/

Organometallic Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Organometallic Chemistry Award is for any aspect of the organic chemistry of the main group and transition metals.

Past winners

1. Professor Todd Marder, Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg (2015)

2. Dr John Gladysz, Texas A&M University, USA (2013)

3. Ilan Marek, Israel Institute of Technology (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/OrganometallicChemistryAward/

Pedler Award

Introduction

The Pedler Award is for contributions to any area of organic chemistry from a researcher under the age of 55.

Past winners

1. Professor Dr Helma Wennemers, ETH Zurich (2016)

2. Professor Michael Krische, University of Texas at Austin (2015)

3. Professor David Leigh, University of Manchester(2014)

4. Professor Kevin Burgess, Texas A & M University(2013)

Requirement

55 years old or under on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/PedlerAward/

Robert Robinson Award

Introduction

The Robert Robinson Award is for contributions to organic chemistry from a researcher over the age of 55.

Past winners

1. Professor Thomas Hoye, University of Minnesota (2016)

2. Professor Chi-Huey Wong, Academia Sinica (2015)

3. Professor Robert G. Bergman, University of California, Berkeley (2014)

4. Professor John Brown, University of Oxford (2013)

Requirement

over 55 years old ,Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/RobertRobinsonAward/

Synthetic Organic Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Synthetic Organic Chemistry Award recognises the development of new methods or strategies employed in the construction of organic molecules.

Past
winners

1. Professor Richmond Sarpong, University of California, Berkeley (2015)

2. Professor Phil Baran, The Scripps Research Institute (2013)

3. Timothy Donohoe, University of Oxfordd (2011)

Requirement

no age restrictions, runs biennially

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/SyntheticOrganicChemistryAward/

Physical

Soft Matter and Biophysical Chemistry Award

Introduction

The Soft Matter and Biophysical Chemistry Award is for outstanding and innovative research in soft condensed matter and/or the application of physico-chemical techniques to biological problems.

Past winners

1. Professor Samuel Stupp, Northwestern University (2016)

2. Professor Nico Sommerdijk, Eindhoven University of Technology (2015)

3. Professor Alan Rowan, University of Nijmegen (2014)

4. Professor Michele Vendruscolo, University of Cambridge (2013)

Requirement

55 or under on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/SoftMatterBiophysicalChemistryAward/

Surfaces and Interfaces Award

Introduction

The Surfaces and Interfaces Award is for outstanding and innovative research on the behaviour of chemical systems at surfaces or interfaces.

Past winners

1. Professor Neil Champness, University of Nottingham (2016)

2. Professor Mihail Barboiu, Institut Européen des Membranes – CNRS (2015)

3. Professor Bernard Binks, University of Hull (2014)

4. Professor Shik Chi (Edman) Tsang, University of Oxford (2013)

Requirement

55 years old or under on 31 January 2017, Run annually

Webpage

http://www.rsc.org/ScienceAndTechnology/Awards/SurfacesInterfacesAward/
Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

英国皇家化学会 2016 年度期刊十佳审稿人

Peer Review Week 由包含英国皇家化学会在内的共 16 家学术单位共同发起和主办,旨在表彰杰出评审人在学术界的重大贡献。作为一项全球性的学术活动,Peer Review Week 把个人、单位和机构汇聚一堂,向大家传递一个中心思想——优秀的评审工作对于学术交流具有非凡意义。

9 月 19-25 日是 2016 年度全球 Peer Review Week 周,今年的主题是 “Recognition for Review”,旨在表彰为期刊出版、基金评审、会议申请等一系列工作作出重大贡献的评审人员。本届 Peer Review Week 期间,英国皇家化学会评选出了旗下 43 本期刊每本期刊的十佳评审人。在此,我们对他们表示热烈祝贺并对他们的辛勤付出表示诚挚的谢意!

在十佳评审人名单中,共计有 93 位来自中国的科学家(含港澳台),让我们一起来看看都有哪些中国科学家的身影吧!

材料与纳米科学

Biomaterials Science

  • Yamin Li,中国科学技术大学
  • Jun Wang(王均),中国科学技术大学

Journal of Materials Chemistry A

  • Bao Yu Xia(夏宝玉),华中科技大学
  • Zhao-Qing Liu(刘兆清),广州大学
  • Yuxin Zhang(张育新),重庆大学
  • Zhifeng Liu,天津城建大学

Journal of Materials Chemistry B

  • Xian-Zheng Zhang(张先正),武汉大学
  • Xiaolong Liu(刘晓龙),福建医科大学
  • Xiangyang Shi(史向阳),东华大学
  • Xuemei Wang(王雪梅),东南大学

Journal of Materials Chemistry C

  • Qiang Zhao(赵强),南京邮电大学
  • Ka-Leung Wong(黄嘉良),香港浸会大学
  • Zhiguo Xia(夏志国),北京科技大学
  • Jun Lin (林君),中科院长春应化所
  • Lei Wang,华中科技大学
  • Chong-Xin Shan,中科院长春光机所
  • Zhen Li (李振),武汉大学
  • Guogang Li,中国地质大学

Materials Chemistry Frontiers

  • Lang Jiang(江浪),中科院化学所
  • Zhen Li (李振),武汉大学
  • Xiaoyong Lai(赖小勇),宁夏大学
  • Baojiu Chen(陈宝玖),大连海事大学
  • Tie Wang(王铁),中科院化学所

Materials Horizons

  • Jinping Li(李晋平),太原理工大学

Polymer Chemistry

  • Fujian Xu(徐福建),北京化工大学
  • Xiaoyu Huang (黄晓宇),中科院上海有机所
  • Feihe Huang (黄飞鹤),浙江大学
  • Youliang Zhao(赵优良),苏州大学
  • Jingyin Yuan(袁金颖),清华大学
  • Leyong Wang (王乐勇),南京大学
  • Zhen Li (李振),武汉大学

Soft Matter

  • Kaiqiang Liu( 刘凯强),陕西师范大学
  • Yilin Wang(王毅琳),中科院化学所

Nanoscale

  • Yuchao Yang(杨玉超),北京大学
  • Shu-Hong Yu(俞书宏),中国科学技术大学
  • Zhuang Liu (刘庄),苏州大学
  • Haibo Zeng(曾海波),南京理工大学
  • Yu-Lun Chueh(阙郁伦),国立清华大学

能源、环境与催化科学

Energy & Environmental Science

  • Zhenhai Wen(温珍海),中科院福建物构所

Green Chemistry

  • Zhijie Wu(吴志杰),中国石油大学

Catalysis Science & Technology

  • Wei-Lin Dai(戴维林),复旦大学
  • Jiaguo Yu (余家国),武汉理工大学

有机、生物与医药化学

Metallomics

  • Chunying Chen (陈春英),国家纳米科学中心

Molecular BioSystems

  • Tong Wang(王通),暨南大学

MedChemComm

  • Xiaoyun Lu(陆小云),中科院广州生物医药与健康研究院
  • Zhenqqiu Li,暨南大学
  • Yong Xu(许永),中科院广州生物医药与健康研究院

Toxicology Research

  • Dayong Wang(王大勇),东南大学
  • Wen Chen(陈雯),中山大学
  • Zhiyong Tang (唐智勇),国家纳米科学中心
  • Xinbiao Guo(郭新彪),北京大学
  • Dongye Li(李东野),徐州医学院
  • Yanmin Zhou(周岩民),南京农业大学

Food & Function

  • Gow-Chin Yen,国立中兴大学
  • Hao Jing,中国农业大学
  • Zhenyu Chen(陈振宇),香港中文大学

Organic Chemistry Frontiers

  • Yuhong Zhang(张玉红),浙江大学
  • Jie Wu (吴劼),复旦大学
  • Xingang Zhang (张新刚),中科院上海有机所
  • Zhang-jie Shi (施章杰),北京大学
  • Jin-Heng Li(李金恒),湖南大学
  • Sanzhong Luo (罗三中),中科院化学所
  • Yong-Min Liang(梁永民),兰州大学
  • Xingwei Li(李兴伟),中科院大连化物所

无机、分析与物理化学

Dalton Transactions

  • Xian-He Bu (卜显和),南开大学

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers

  • Ming-Liang Tong(童明良),中山大学
  • Junfeng Xie(谢俊峰),中国科学技术大学
  • Jie Zeng(曾杰),中国科学技术大学

CrystEngComm

  • Huiging Fan(樊慧庆),西北工业大学
  • Dongpeng Yan (闫东鹏),北京师范大学

Analyst

  • Chaoyong James Yang(杨朝勇),厦门大学
  • Shu-sheng Zhang(张书圣),青岛科技大学 / 临沂大学
  • Lingxin Chen,中科院烟台海岸带研究所

Analytical Methods

  • Lingxin Chen,中科院烟台海岸带研究所
  • Dingbin Liu(刘定斌),南开大学
  • Xiaoxiao He(何晓晓),湖南大学
  • Xuegang Shao(邵学广),南开大学

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (JAAS)

  • Lanxiang Sun(孙兰香),中科院沈阳自动化研究所
  • Zhe Wang(王哲),清华大学

综合化学与应用化学

Chemical Communications (ChemComm)

  • Cheng Wang(王程),厦门大学
  • Tieru Zhang (张铁锐),中科院理化所
  • Guocan Yu,浙江大学
  • Xiangbing Qi(齐湘兵),北京生命科学研究所
  • Youjun Yang(杨有军),华东理工大学

Chemical Science

  • Chunhai Fan (樊春海),中科院上海应用物理研究所

Chemical Society Reviews (ChemSocRev)

  • Chunyi Zhi,香港城市大学
  • Jie-Peng Zhang(张杰鹏),中山大学

New Journal of Chemistry (NJC)

  • Jiaguo Yu (余家国),武汉理工大学
  • Qiongyou Wu,华中师范大学
  • Yi Xia,重庆大学
  • Feihe Huang (黄飞鹤),浙江大学

Molecular Systems Design & Engineering

  • Shen-Long Tsai,国立台湾科技大学

Reaction Chemistry & Engineering

  • Qingjie Ge,中科院大连化物所
Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

会士访谈 | 包信和院士:我国人才培养和引进应更好的考虑国家需求

包信和院士

物理化学家,2000-2007 年,任中国科学院大连化学物理研究所所长;2009-2015 年,任中国科学院沈阳分院院长;2015 年至今,任复旦大学常务副校长。

2009 年当选中国科学院院士,2010年 当选发展中国家科学院院士。包信和研究员主要从事表面化学与催化基础及其应用研究。其带领的研究团队在纳米催化的基础理论研究、甲烷高效转化制高值化学品、煤经合成气直接制低碳烯烃等相关研究中获重要进展。以上相关成果都发表在 Science 杂志上。

近期所获荣誉

  • 2015 年度中国科学院杰出科技成就奖
  • 2015 年度周光召基金会基础科学奖
  • 2016 国际天然气转化杰出成就奖
  • 第五届中国化学会-中国石油化工股份有限公司化学贡献奖(2016 年)

写在前面的话

从 2011 年英国皇家化学会“第一届国际清洁能源科学会议”主席到2016年首届“英国皇家化学会会士论坛”的大会报告人,在这五年的时间,包信和院士的身份已从中科院沈阳分院的院长转变为复旦大学常务副校长,但他对从事科学研究的兴趣和在大连化物所作为研究者的身份及其从事研究的力度一直没有变化。通过五年的合作与接触,我们深知包老师是个大忙人,也能深切地感知到他做事有条不紊为人温文尔雅的性格特点。很荣幸在会士论坛召开之际,我们与他进行了深入的交流,倾听他对我国科研发展、人才培养等问题的看法。

在首届 “英国皇家化学会士论坛” 上,包信和院士做了题为
“Understanding Nano Effects in Catalysis” 的精彩大会报告

包信和院士访谈

采访者:彭红梅 博士(英国皇家化学会上海办公室)

主要研究方向

  • 包老师,请问您课题组主要从事哪些方面的研究?目前进展如何?

    我们课题组主要做的是化石能源转化,像甲烷、天然气、煤等的转化和高效利用。目前进展不错的工作主要包括两个方面:一是将甲烷一步转化为有用化学品,即实现甲烷无氧条件下直接制取低碳烯烃。因为甲烷是自然界中所存在的最小、最稳定的有机分子,一个碳四个氢,如果能够将一个氢活化,那么另外三个氢就更容易活化,可以进行更有效的转化。一直以来,甲烷的选择活化和定向转化是催化科学研究领域的一个难题。从化学的角度来说,这一百多年来,大家就是希望实现甲烷的高效直接转化。我们经过近 10 年的探索,发展了硅基晶格限域的单中心铁催化剂,实现了甲烷在无氧条件下的一步高效转化。这方面,我们目前也在跟企业合作,希望向工业化应用方面发展。另一项工作就是煤的转化。一般来说,煤都是先气化制成合成气,然后,通过催化剂作用将合成气转化成烃类等化学品。这个大家比较熟知的费托合成过程,已经有九十多年的历史。费托合成本身存在很多局限性,比如会用到大量水及选择性比较差。我们最近几年用一个全新的方法,将合成气直接转化为乙烯等化学品,反应过程本身摒弃了水的参与而且选择性特别高,同行评价是“颠覆了九十多年来煤化工沿袭的费托合成路线”。

包信和院士领导的团队创造性地采用一种新型复合催化剂,可直接将煤气化产生的
合成气(纯化后 CO 和 H2 的混合气体)转化,高选择性地一步反应获得低碳烯烃。
相关成果发表在 Science, 2016, 351, 1065-1068

引领世界的领域

  • 祝贺你们研究组取得这些成就。近二十年,我国的整体科技发展水平有了大幅度的提升,整体科研实力也得到了明显的加强。您认为就化学学科而言,我国有哪些方面是引领世界的?

    从世界范围来看,我们和国际同步的研究还是比较多的,但说哪些方面能引领世界的发展还真的很难说,如果要说的话,材料合成,特别是纳米材料的合成应该算一个。如果就我所熟知的能源转化这一块来说,在某些方面的研究水平还是能得到世界认可的,如化石能源高效转化、光催化转化和能源材料等。但这也可能跟我们投入比较多有关,而美国、欧洲等国的需求和投入相对来说都比较少一些。

科研投入的增长

  • 这些年,中国在研发方面的投入一直保持大幅增长,从 2003 年至 2013 年间平均每年高达 19.5% 的增速。伴随投入的增长,其产出也得到了相应的回报。您认为将来还会保持这种增长趋势吗?这样的增速是否是可持续的?

    中国科研投入的规模不是非常大,但是这几年增速确实比较快,这对科技发展起到了很重要的推动作用。但目前来看,R&D经费占GDP比重还远没有达到‘十三五’国家中长期科技发展规划纲要(2006至2020年)确定的2.5%的比重。在未来几年,如果国际经济不出重大问题,我相信还是会保持合理的增速,未来的投入比例会与我国国民经济总量相匹配的。

根据经济合作与发展组织(OECD)的预测,中国的研发投入将于 2019 年超过美国,居世界首位。

留学与人才引进

  • 我们知道中国每年到海外留学的人数一直呈增长趋势,而对于化学学科而言,到海外读博士和进行博士后研究已经成为很大一部分人的首选。您怎么看待这种现象?而对于很多在海外学有所长的人来说,他们可能会选择留在国外发展,您认为中国是否采取了足够有效的人才引进措施吸引他们回国发展?

    我认为这是一个好现象。就我自己课题组的学生来说,再好的人才现在一般我也是不直接留下的,希望他们都能走出去看一看。尤其我们做基础研究的,需要对世界科研的动态有所了解。通过阅读文献了解科研进展动态是一种方法,但同时最好也能去国外先进实验室亲身体验一下,跟他们去交流,向他们学习。因为我们自身的科研成果本来就需要拿到国际上去交流,美国欧洲也通过很多渠道到其他国家进行交流,科学本身也只有多交流才能擦出更美的火花。但现在我觉得有一个比较遗憾的现象,就是很多中学生或大学本科生就选择了出国,这样他本身受到的基础教育就不再是中国的教育,如果这样的话我觉得会对他们本身的价值观产生很大的影响,当然现在也很难去评估这种现象是好还是坏。就人才引进方面,我觉得中国目前做得还是挺好的。但觉得在吸引人才方面我们还是有些盲目,主要还是以发表文章数和文章档次作为评价标准,并不是按照我国对人才的真正需求进行人才引进。

高等教育

  • 在世界名校排名中,我国的清华、北大、复旦等知名学府好像排名不算靠前,就算在亚洲,东京大学、新加坡国立大学等都远远排在我们前面。您作为复旦大学常务副校长,觉得我国的顶尖学府与世界知名学府是否有差距?应该在那些方面进行改进和提高?

    我觉得排在前面的世界名校,一定有他自身的优势和值得我们借鉴的地方。我在复旦大学目前是负责教学,我感觉我们的教学方法和内容相对来说还是比较陈旧,并没有真正考虑面对的学生群体素质和思维方式的变化,需要在这些方面进行改革。我们很多教师可能由于科研压力比较大,对于教学本身的积极性也不是很高。在如何对待教学的问题上,我觉得我们还有很多改进的空间,这对于提升我们高校的整体实力是至关重要的。

2015 年 7 月起,包信和院士开始担任复旦大学常务副校长。图为 2016 年 4 月,
包信和院士在复旦大学化学系、高分子科学系、材料科学系、环境科学与工程系
联合召开的学科发展战略研讨会作动员致辞。

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

会士访谈 | 唐本忠院士:“机缘巧合”会带来重大发现

唐本忠院士

高分子化学家,香港科技大学化学与生物医学工程学部首席教授。1982 年毕业于华南理工大学高分子系,获工学学士学位。1985 年、1988 年分获日本京都大学硕士、博士学位。

曾在多伦多大学从事博士后研究、日本 NEOS 公司中央研究所任高级研究员。 1994 年至今先后任香港科技大学助理教授、副教授、教授、讲座教授。2009年当选中科院院士。2012 年起受聘为华南理工大学双聘院士。发表学术论文 800 多篇,他引 28000 多次。主要从事高分子合成方法论的探索、先进功能材料的开发以及聚集诱导发光(AIE)现象的研究,工作曾入选《大英百科全书》。当选汤森路透“2015 年全球最具影响力的科研精英”。目前担任 RSC 期刊 Materials Chemistry Frontiers 的主编。

写在前面的话

唐本忠老师与英国皇家化学会颇有渊源,他曾担任英国皇家化学会高分子化学系列丛书主编和 Polymer Chemistry 期刊的副主编。而今他又多了一重身份,担任 Materials Chemistry Frontiers 期刊的主编。

我们很荣幸在今年召开的首届“英国皇家化学会会士论坛”上聆听他的精彩发言,并与他进行了深入的交流。我们不仅了解到了唐老师对我国科研发展、人才培养等问题的看法,更是深切地感受到唐老师谦逊、随和、鼓励学生与晚辈的人格魅力。

唐本忠院士在首届“英国皇家化学会会士论坛”上做大会报告

唐本忠院士访谈

采访者:徐国玺 博士(英国皇家化学会上海办公室)

AIE 的发现

  • 我们知道您是聚集诱导发光(AIE)效应的发现人及其分子内运动受限机理的提出者,您能和我们讲讲其中的故事么?

    在 AIE 被发现之前,人们一直相信“聚集淬灭”理论,即发光分子在聚集状态下发光能力减弱甚至完全消失。一直以来“聚集淬灭”理论就像一个魔咒一样框住了大家的思想,很多学者在尝试寻找隔离发光分子的方法上都不断碰壁。我们发现 AIE 现象纯属偶然。之前可能我的其他学生也发现过这个现象,但是他们没有告诉我。直到有一天,我的一个学生说观察到了和我们课题组所发表的文章相反的现象,我先是惊出一身冷汗,随后赶紧和他去实验室重复实验。经过后来的反复讨论和实验验证,我们才证明这是一个新发现。自此,我们就开始了在发光分子领域里反其道而行的研究,实现让发光分子越聚集发光能力越强。所以,有时候我们需要跳出现有的思维框框,如果你观察到与既有经验不一样的现象,第一反应不应该是回避,而应该是非常兴奋地去追根溯源。这个时候,一定要和自己的导师、同事同学多沟通、多讨论,千万不要因为暂时无法自圆其说而选择忽视这样的现象。

聚集淬灭”和“聚集诱导发光”示意图( Chem. Soc. Rev., 2011, 40, 5361-5388)

AIE 的应用前景

  • 您认为 AIE 效应在材料科学领域有哪些应用前景呢?

    AIE 的发现非常有用。比如,AIE 的器件可以作为新一代的照明材料,可以应用到环境监测领域,也可以作为生物传感器进行生物分子的识别和检测。这种材料在全世界的材料科学家手中被“玩”出各种花样,涉及光电、生物、医疗等诸多领域。

人才培养

  • 我们知道唐老师培养了一批年轻有为的青年学者,您对招收和培养研究生有什么心得体会和我们分享吗?

    从前我对招收研究生的要求其实比较单一,比如要求学生具有相关领域的背景,比如从事高分子合成所需的合成专业背景。随着科研工作和指导学生方面经验的积累和感悟的加深,我发现专业背景并不是最重要的,更不是决定性的。我现在招收研究生,更看重的是综合素质,特别是学生对科研工作的热情和投入。

唐本忠院士还担任华南理工大学-香港科技大学联合实验室主任
和华南理工大学 “发光材料与器件国家重点实验室” 学术委员会
主任,经常往返于内地和香港。

科研的原创性

  • 尽管我国的科研整体水平这些年有了很大的提升,但有一种观点是我国的整体科研水平还缺乏原创性,您对此怎么看?

    中国的科研论文数量增长非常快,来自中国的高影响力论文的数量已经居世界第二,仅次于美国了。当然,数量多是不能说明原创性强的;实际上目前顶尖期刊上的论文,还是以西方或发达国家的成果为主。但是从另外一个层面说,我们现在也不应过度地苛求原创性不足的问题。西方发达国家的科研发展已经有很长的历史了,而中国也就是在近几十年才得以发展。要取得很有原创性的科研成果,确实是需要一个过程,而不是一蹴而就的。相信随着中国科研事业的继续发展,我们国家所做出的原创性成果会越来越多。

“法拉第学术研讨会—聚集诱导发光”, 11 月 18-20 日,华南理工大学, 唐本忠院士担任会议主席

科研投入

  • 这些年,中国在研发方面的投入一直保持大幅增长。您对此怎么看?

    国家目前对科学研究的支持力度这么大,科研经费大幅增长,对中国科学家来说是非常幸运的。相对来说,西方国家的科研经费增长其实是非常乏力的。目前,在大多数西方国家,一名年轻的科研人员要在博士或博士后之后在高等院校或科研院所里觅得教职,已经变的非常不容易了。反观中国,我们的青年千人项目,对于刚刚起步的青年学者来说,无论是待遇还是科研经费的支持力度,都是非常优越的。国家的重视和支持,对中国科研事业的发展具有非常重大的意义。

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

青年学者专访 | 杨欣教授:研究不只是为了发表文章

The original article (in English) can be found here: http://blogs.rsc.org/ew/2016/08/11/emerging-investigator-seriesxin-yang/


中山大学环境科学与工程学院的杨欣教授被英国皇家化学会期刊 Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology (ESWRT) 评选为 Emerging Investigator ,并接受了 ESWRT 的专题采访。

  • How has your research evolved from your first to your most recent article?
    从您的第一篇论文到最近的一篇论文,您的研究方向有什么变化呢?

    My first research article was on disinfection byproducts formation during chlorination during my MPhi study at the HKUST. My current paper is also on disinfection byproducts, but from chlorine dioxide disinfection. Over the years, my research has been focused on disinfection and the byproducts formation with expansion toward emerging contaminants, such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products and persistent organic pollutants. My research has always aimed at drinking water safety.

    我的第一篇研究论文是在香港科技大学进行硕士学习的时候完成的,文章的主要内容是水处理中的氯气消毒所生成的副产物。我现在论文同样是关于消毒副产物的,不过是基于二氧化氯消毒进行的相关工作。这些年来,我的主要研究方向就是消毒及其副产物形成后可能造成的污染,比如说使用药物、个人护理产品以及持久性有机污染物造成的污染。我的研究一直都围绕饮水安全。

  • What aspect of your work are you most excited about at the moment?
    工作中最激动人心的时刻发生在哪一方面?

    The most exciting thing is to bridge the knowledge or results from the laboratory work with the real application. As my research has been focusing on drinking water treatment, we have good connections with water companies serving drinking water. It is great to apply what have learned from the laboratory work to guide the real application in water treatment. This is not easy, but we are trying.

    其中最令人振奋的事,就是可以将辛苦工作后得到的结果与现实应用相结合。因为我的研究主要是饮用水处理,我们与饮用水相关的企业有着密切的联系。没有比将实验室中所做的科研工作运用到实际的水处理当中更让人开心的事情了。实现这点并不容易,不过我们一直在努力。

  • What would be the ideal ratio of chlorine dioxide: chlorine for water treatment?
    水处理中二氧化氯和氯的最佳比率是多少?

    From the tests, we find that the presence of some chlorine in chlorine dioxide solution may be effective in control certain groups of disinfection byproducts. It is difficult to give an ideal ratio as the water qualities vary. Meanwhile, the valuation of the formation of disinfection byproducts is just one aspect of the mixing solution, the other aspects such as inactivation capability may also be considered for further study.

    经过试验,我们发现二氧化氯溶液中含有一定量的氯对于控制水中的某些消毒副产物是很有效的。但因为水质存在差异,很难确定说一个理想的比率。同时,对这些混合溶液中消毒副产物形成的评估是一个方面,其他方面比如说灭活能力也应该纳入进一步研究的范畴中。

  • What do you find most challenging about your research?
    您在研究中遇到最大的挑战是什么?

    I am working on pollutants or products with trace concentrations and the instruments such as GC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS are often used. As the exploration of the reaction pathway is often one major objective, the mass spectral analysis from tons of peaks obtained from MS is very challenging.

    在工作中我需要与痕量的污染物或是产物打交道,也经常要用到 GC-MS/MS 以及 LC-MS/MS 等仪器。探究反应路径是我们关注的重点,而从成千上万的质谱峰中进行分析真的是一件颇具挑战的事。

  • How do you spend your spare time?
    您怎样度过业余时间呢?

    I spend my spare time with my family including my 6-year old son. Outside of that, I enjoy reading, travelling and playing tennis.

    空余时间我一般都选择陪着家里人度过,尤其是我有一个 6 岁的儿子。此外,我喜欢阅读,旅行以及打网球。

  • Which profession would you choose if you were not a scientist?
    如果您不是一名科学家,你可能会选择哪种职业?

    I have been enjoying so much as a teacher and researcher in the university. If I had not gone into science, I would like to be an engineer.

    我很享受在大学里进行教学和研究的生活。不过如果我没有进入科研领域的话,我可能会成为一名工程师。

  • Can you share one piece of career-related advice or wisdom with other early career scientists?
    您能向青年科学家们分享一些职业上的建议或意见么?

    Work on something that needs to be worked on. Research is not just paper publication. It will be very exciting and important to solve real-application problems.

    努力解决实际需要解决的问题。研究不仅仅是为了发表文章。解决现实应用问题会更重要与令人振奋。

关于期刊 ESWRT


Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology (ESWRT) 自 2015 年正式出版以来,受到来自水环境研究领域工作者的高度关注,并深受好评。该期刊主要报道水科学与技术相关的创新性科研成果,尤其是水的资源、安全和循环利用方面的突出成果。致力于展示促进水资源可持续发展的高质量研究和新技术,内容涵盖水资源监测和分析技术,水和废水处理的物理、化学和生物过程,膜技术和海水淡化,先进的净化技术等。

关于杨欣教授

中山大学环境科学与工程学院教授。本科毕业于南开大学环境科学系,2002 年进入香港科技大学进行深造,2007 年获香港科技大学土木和环境工程系博士学位,后于北卡罗莱纳大学师从 Philip C. Singer 教授从事博士后工作。主要研究领域为水污染治理中的副产物形成机理与控制,以及水环境中微量污染物的迁移转化与控制。


欢迎点击查看杨欣教授针对污水治理中消毒副产物的相关研究(全文免费下载)

  • Emerging investigators series: disinfection by-products in mixed chlorine dioxide and chlorine water treatment
    Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol., 2016, Advance Article
    DOI: 10.1039/C6EW00061D
Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

2015年度英国皇家化学会期刊“Top 1% 高被引中国作者”榜单

为彰显中国作者对国际化学研究领域的突出贡献,英国皇家化学会将旗下四十多本期刊(分为八个领域:Materials, Organic & Medicinal, General Chemistry, Biological, Analytical, Energy & Sustainability, Inorganic, Physical)发表论文的引用情况进行统计,将2013、2014年发表的文章在2015年他引次数在所属领域全球排名前1%的名单进行筛选,整理出通讯作者第一单位是中国机构的作者名单。

2015年度共有118位中国学者位列英国皇家化学会期刊“Top 1% 高被引中国作者”,名单如下(不分先后):

通讯作者 单位 期刊名称 所属领域
叶立群 南阳师范学院 Environ. Sci.: Nano Environmental Science
谢海泉 南阳师范学院 Environ. Sci.: Nano Environmental Science
马迪龙 香港浸会大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
余家国 武汉理工大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
雷爱文 武汉大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
李春举 上海大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
赵东元 复旦大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
焦宁 北京大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
陈令新 中国科学院烟台海岸带所 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
汪顺义 苏州大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
纪顺俊 苏州大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
孙晓明 北京化工大学 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
侯剑辉 中国科学院化学研究所 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
王朝晖 中国科学院化学研究所 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
赵学波 中国科学院青岛生物能源与过程研究所 Chem. Commun. General Chemistry
黄飞鹤 浙江大学 Chem. Sci. General Chemistry
施章杰 北京大学 Chem. Sci. General Chemistry
张利 中山大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
苏成勇 中山大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
陈乾旺 中国科技大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
陈昶乐 中国科技大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
张杰鹏 中山大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
陈小明 中山大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
吴长征 中国科技大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
张逢质 浙江工业大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
刘宏 山东大学, 中国科学院北京纳米能源与系统研究所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
李春霞 中国科学院长春应化所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
林君 中国科学院长春应化所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
李峰 北京化工大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
曹荣 中国科学院福建物构所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
申文杰 中国科学院大连化物所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
俞书宏 中国科学技术大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
裘式纶 吉林大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
唐本忠 香港科技大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
张新波 中国科学院长春应化所 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
张丽莎 东华大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
柳建设 东华大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
王心晨 福州大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
李彦光 苏州大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
易涛 复旦大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
徐艺军 福州大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
谢毅 中国科技大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
兰亚乾 南京师范大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
苏忠民 东北师范大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
沈珍 南京大学 Chem. Soc. Rev. General Chemistry
游书力 中国科学院上海有机化学研究所 RSC Adv. General Chemistry
姜德立 江苏大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
陈敏 江苏大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
陈大钦 杭州电子科技大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
冯文 四川大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
袁立华 四川大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
徐林 华东师范大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
张信果 广西大学;中山大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
宋宏伟 吉林大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
张爽 吉林大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
王文忠 中央民族大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
丁万见 北京师范大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
郑向军 北京师范大学 Dalton Trans. Inorganic
程冲 四川大学 J. Mater. Chem. B Materials
赵长生 四川大学 J. Mater. Chem. B Materials
邹德春 北京大学 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
高希珂 中国科学院上海有机化学研究所 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
胡爱国 华东理工大学 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
周桂江 西安交通大学 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
王磊 华中科技大学 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
陈江山 中国科学院长春应化所 J. Mater. Chem. C Materials
占肖卫 北京大学 Mater. Horiz. Materials
黄柏标 山东大学 Nanoscale Materials
孙宝全 苏州大学 Nanoscale Materials
曹茂盛 北京理工大学 Nanoscale Materials
金海波 北京理工大学 Nanoscale Materials
柏中朝 太原理工大学 Nanoscale Materials
熊胜林 山东大学 Nanoscale Materials
范壮军 哈尔滨工程大学 Nanoscale Materials
侯贤灯 四川大学 Nanoscale Materials
马延文 南京邮电大学 Nanoscale Materials
黄维 南京邮电大学,南京工业大学 Nanoscale Materials
丁黎明 国家纳米科学中心 Nanoscale Materials
潘越 苏州大学 Nanoscale Materials
顾宏伟 苏州大学 Nanoscale Materials
刘天西 复旦大学 Nanoscale Materials
黄英 西北工业大学 Nanoscale Materials
姜炜 南京理工大学 Nanoscale Materials
李华明 江苏大学 Nanoscale Materials
彭栋梁 厦门大学 Nanoscale Materials
陈远志 厦门大学 Nanoscale Materials
张礼知 华中师范大学 Nanoscale Materials
杨志 上海交通大学 Nanoscale Materials
唐智勇 国家纳米中心 Nanoscale Materials
危岩 清华大学 Polym. Chem. Materials
张锡奇 清华大学 Polym. Chem. Materials
张小勇 南昌大学,清华大学 Polym. Chem. Materials
袁金颖 清华大学 Polym. Chem. Materials
冯国强 华中师范大学 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
周剑 华东师范大学 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
Balaram S. Takale 大连理工大学 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
Yoshinori Yamamoto 大连理工大学/Tohoku University, Japan Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
包明 大连理工大学 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
张财 重庆安全技术职业学院 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
易龙 北京化工大学 Org. Biomol. Chem. Organic & Medicinal
何良年 南开大学 Catal. Sci. Technol. Physical
孙建敏 哈尔滨工业大学 Catal. Sci. Technol. Physical
肖巍 武汉大学 Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. Physical
王正华 安徽师范大学 Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. Physical
刘鸣华 中国科学院化学研究所 Soft Matter Physical
Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

2014年度英国皇家化学会期刊“Top 1% 高被引中国学者”榜单

伴随中国科技力量的长足进步,中国作者在国际期刊上发表文章的数量和引用次数也不断增多。为彰显中国学者对国际科研领域的突出贡献,英国皇家化学会将每年统计旗下所有期刊文章的引用情况,对在当年他引次数(针对前两年发表的文章)排在前1%的中国学者进行统计,并公布最终名单。

2014年度共有224位中国学者位列英国皇家化学会期刊“Top 1% 高被引中国学者”,名单如下:

期刊

Journal

文章名称

Article

作者

Authors

ANALYST Recent advances in electrochemical sensing for hydrogen peroxide: a review Zhao Yuan-Di
ANALYST Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of nanomaterials for bioanalysis Ju Huangxian
ANALYST Facile magnetization of metal-organic framework MIL-101 for magnetic solid-phase extraction of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in environmental water samples Yan Xiu-Ping
ANALYST Highly selective and sensitive detection of Cu2+ with lysine enhancing bovine serum albumin modified-carbon dots fluorescent probe Liu Jia-Ming
ANALYST A turn-on and reversible fluorescence sensor for Al3+ ion Wu An-Tai
ANALYST Modern analytical techniques in metabolomics analysis Wang Xijun
ANALYTICAL METHODS Extraction of neonicotinoid insecticides from environmental water samples with magnetic graphene nanoparticles as adsorbent followed by determination with HPLC Wang Zhi
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CdS-graphene and CdS-CNT nanocomposites as visible-light photocatalysts for hydrogen evolution and organic dye degradation Wang ye; Zhang Qinghong
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Metal sulphide semiconductors for photocatalytic hydrogen production Guo Liejin
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Recent advances in organocatalytic asymmetric Michael reactions Wang wei
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Noble metal-free Ni(OH)(2)-g-C3N4 composite photocatalyst with enhanced visible-light photocatalytic H-2-production activity Yu Jiaguo
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A review of controllable synthesis and enhancement of performances of bismuth tungstate visible-light-driven photocatalysts Zhu Yongfa
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Facile transformation of low cost thiourea into nitrogen-rich graphitic carbon nitride nanocatalyst with high visible light photocatalytic performance Dong Fan; Wu Zhongbiao
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A facile preparation of palladium nanoparticles supported on magnetite/s-graphene and their catalytic application in Suzuki-Miyaura reaction Jiang Xiaoqing; Sun Peipei
CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Effect of graphitic carbon nitride microstructures on the activity and selectivity of photocatalytic CO2 reduction under visible light Peng Tianyou
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Hierarchical porous NiCo2O4 nanowires for high-rate supercapacitors Li Chunzhong
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS High capacity Na-storage and superior cyclability of nanocomposite Sb/C anode for Na-ion batteries Yang Hanxi
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-based materials for organic photovoltaics Tian He
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Graphene quantum dots: emergent nanolights for bioimaging, sensors, catalysis and photovoltaic devices Zhu Yihua; Li Chunzhong
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS High capacity, reversible alloying reactions in SnSb/C nanocomposites for Na-ion battery applications Liu Jun
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS One-step synthesis of amino-functionalized fluorescent carbon nanoparticles by hydrothermal carbonization of chitosan Liu Yingliang
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Highly luminescent carbon nanodots by microwave-assisted pyrolysis Liu Wenguang
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Carbon nanodots as fluorescence probes for rapid, sensitive and label-free detection of Hg2+ and biothiols in complex matrices Ren Jinsong; Qu Xiaogang
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS Bifunctional fluorescent carbon nanodots: green synthesis via soy milk and application as metal-free electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction Dong Shaojun
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Gold nanorods and their plasmonic properties Wang Jianfang
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Metal-air batteries: from oxygen reduction electrochemistry to cathode catalysts Chen Jun
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Recent advances in organic mechanofluorochromic materials Chi Zhenguo; Xu Jiarui
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): from design to applications Wang Wei
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Fluorescent chemodosimeters using mild chemical events for the detection of small anions and cations in biological and environmental media Fan Jiangli; Peng Xiaojun
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Combining transition metal catalysis and organocatalysis – an update Du Zhenting; Shao Zhihui
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Hybrid materials based on lanthanide organic complexes: a review Zhang Hongjie
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Nanostructured metal chalcogenides: synthesis, modification and applications in energy conversion and storage devices Yu Shu-Hong
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Functional block copolymer assemblies responsive to tumor and intracellular microenvironments for site-specific drug delivery and enhanced imaging performance Ge Zhishen; Liu Shiyong
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Calixarene-based supramolecular polymerization in solution Liu Yu
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Transition-metal-catalyzed Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reactions: a remarkable advance from palladium to nickel catalysts Han Fu-She
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Enzyme-responsive polymeric assemblies, nanoparticles and hydrogels Liu Shiyong; Zhang Guoqing
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Enhancing solar cell efficiency: the search for luminescent materials as spectral converters Huang Wei
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS From C(sp(2))-H to C(sp(3))-H: systematic studies on transition metal-catalyzed oxidative C-C formation Shi Zhang-Jie
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Arylamine organic dyes for dye-sensitized solar cells Chen Jun
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Small molecule semiconductors for high-efficiency organic photovoltaics Zhan Xiaowei
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Lanthanide-doped luminescent nanoprobes: controlled synthesis optical spectroscopy, and bioapplications Chen Xueyuan
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Sub-nanometre sized metal clusters: from synthetic challenges to the unique property discoveries Chen Wei
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Photoredox functionalization of C-H bonds adjacent to a nitrogen atom XiaWujiong
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Recent advances in transition-metal catalyzed reactions using molecular oxygen as the oxidant Jiao Ning
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS C-C, C-O and C-N bond formation via rhodium(III)-catalyzed oxidative C-H activation Li Xingwei
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Recent advances in metallogels Yam, Vivian Wing-Wah
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS A review of electrode materials for electrochemical supercapacitors Wang Guoping
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Doped quantum dots for chemo/biosensing and bioimaging Yan Xiu-Ping
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Organic sensitizers from D-pi-A to D-A-pi-A: effect of the internal electron-withdrawing units on molecular absorption, energy levels and photovoltaic performances Zhu Weihong
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Mesoporous metal-organic framework materials Cui Yong
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Stimuli-responsive supramolecular polymeric materials Huang Feihe
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Nano-graphene in biomedicine: theranostic applications Liu Zhuang
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Functionalized mesoporous silica materials for controlled drug delivery Lin Jun
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Far-red to near infrared analyte-responsive fluorescent probes based on organic fluorophore platforms for fluorescence imaging Lin Weiying
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Recent advances in copper-catalyzed dehydrogenative functionalization via a single electron transfer (SET) process Jiao Ning
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Supramolecular polymers constructed by crown ether-based molecular recognition Huang Feihe
CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS Upconversion nanophosphors for small-animal imaging Li Fuyou
CRYSTENGCOMM Construction of coordination frameworks based on 4-imidazolyl tecton 1, 4-di(1H-imidazol-4-yl)benzene and varied carboxylic acids Sun Wei-Yin
CRYSTENGCOMM Syntheses, structures and photoluminescence of five zinc(II) coordination polymers based on 5-methoxyisophthalate and flexible N-donor ancillary ligands Ma Lu-Fang; Wang Li-Ya
CRYSTENGCOMM Fabrication of Ag/TiO2 nanoheterostructures with visible light photocatalytic function via a solvothermal approach Su Chunyan; Shao Changlu
CRYSTENGCOMM Facile synthesis of novel Ag3PO4 tetrapods and the {110} facets-dominated photocatalytic activity Teng Fei
CRYSTENGCOMM One-dimensional Bi2MoO6/TiO2 hierarchical heterostructures with enhanced photocatalytic activity Shao Changlu
CRYSTENGCOMM Alkaline earth metal ion doped Zn(II)-terephthalates Yao Yuan-Gen
CRYSTENGCOMM Synthesis of graphene-ZnO nanorod nanocomposites with improved photoactivity and anti-photocorrosion Xu Yi-Jun
CRYSTENGCOMM Facile synthesis of NiCo2O4 nanorod arrays on Cu conductive substrates as superior anode materials for high-rate Li-ion batteries Zhou Yichun; Ji Shaomin; Liu Jun
CRYSTENGCOMM Hydrophilic Cu2ZnSnS4 nanocrystals for printing flexible, low-cost and environmentally friendly solar cells Chen Zhigang; Hu Junqing
CRYSTENGCOMM Graphite-like C3N4 hybridized ZnWO4 nanorods: Synthesis and its enhanced photocatalysis in visible light He Jun
CRYSTENGCOMM Self-assembly fabrication of 3D flower-like ZnO hierarchical nanostructures and their gas sensing properties Zhang Haijiao; Jiao Zheng
CRYSTENGCOMM Crystallization design of MnO2 towards better supercapacitance Xue Dongfeng
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Porous peanut-like Bi2O3-BiVO4 composites with heterojunctions: one-step synthesis and their photocatalytic properties Yin Shuang-Feng
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Large scale electrochemical synthesis of high quality carbon nanodots and their photocatalytic property Kang Zhenhui; Liu Yang
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Fabrication of composite photocatalyst g-C3N4-ZnO and enhancement of photocatalytic activity under visible light Qiu Ling-Guang
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Synthesis, characterization and photocatalytic property of AgBr/BiPO4 heterojunction photocatalyst Li Huaming
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Using alkaline-earth metalions to tune structural variations of 1, 3, 5-benzenetricarboxylate coordination polymers Yao Yuan-Gen
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Preconcentration of U(VI) ions on few-layered graphene oxide nanosheets from aqueous solutions Wang Xiangke; Liao Jiali
DALTON TRANSACTIONS A microporous luminescent europium metal-organic framework for nitro explosive sensing Zhou Xinhui; Huang Wei; Zuo Jinglin
DALTON TRANSACTIONS A flexible Eu(III)-based metal-organic framework: turn-off luminescent sensor for the detection of Fe(III) and picric acid Zhou Xinhui; Huang Wei
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Novel heterostructured Bi2S3/BiOI photocatalyst: facile preparation characterization and visible light photocatalytic performance Cao Jing
DALTON TRANSACTIONS Visible-light-induced WO3/g-C3N4 composites with enhanced photocatalytic activity Li Yeping; Cheng Xiaonong
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Flexible graphene-polyaniline composite paper for high-performance supercapacitor Yu Shu-Hong
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Facile synthesis of Au@TiO2 core-shell hollow spheres for dye-sensitized solar cells with remarkably improved efficiency Wang Dan; Tang Zhiyong
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE High efficiency polymer solar cells based on poly(3-hexylthiophene)/indene-C-70 bisadduct with solvent additive Li Yongfang
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Graphene based catalysts Shi Gaoquan
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 3D carbon based nanostructures for advanced supercapacitors Li Chunzhong
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Recent advances in micro-/nano-structured hollow spheres for energy applications: From simple to complex systems Wang Dan
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Photoelectrochemical cells for solar hydrogen production: current state of promising photoelectrodes, methods to improve their properties,and outlook Li Zhaosheng
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Oriented hierarchical single crystalline anatase TiO2 nanowire arrays on Ti-foil substrate for efficient flexible dye-sensitized solar cells Kuang Dai-Bin
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Lithium storage in nitrogen-rich mesoporous carbon materials Wang Zhaoxiang;  Xu Bin
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Room-temperature stationary sodium-ion batteries for large-scale electric energy storage Hu Yong-Sheng
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Synthesis of functionalized 3D hierarchical porous carbon for high-performance supercapacitors Hu Xianluo; Huang Yunhui
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Nanostructured ceria-based materials: synthesis, properties, and applications Sun Chunwen
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Enveloping porphyrins for efficient dye-sensitized solar cells Kuo Ming-Yu; Lin Ching-Yao
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Recent progress in electrochemical hydrogen production with earth-abundant metal complexes as catalysts Wang Mei; Sun Licheng
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Amorphous CoSnO3@C nanoboxes with superior lithium storage capability Xiao Wei
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Carbon dioxide utilization with C-N bond formation: carbon dioxide capture and subsequent conversion He Liang-Nian
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Polyacrylonitrile/graphene composite as a precursor to a sulfur-based cathode material for high-rate rechargeable Li-S batteries Wang Jiulin; Yang Jun
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Growth of ultrathin mesoporous Co3O4 nanosheet arrays on Ni foam for high-performance electrochemical capacitors Zhang Xiaogang
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE A high-performance supercapacitor-battery hybrid energy storage device based on graphene-enhanced electrode materials with ultrahigh energy density Chen Yongsheng
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Design of high-efficiency organic dyes for titania solar cells based on the chromophoric core of cyclopentadithiophene-benzothiadiazole Wang Peng
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Carbon capture with ionic liquids: overview and progress Zhang Suojiang
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Graphene quantum dots: an emerging material for energy-related applications and beyond Zhang Zhipan; Qu Liangti
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE A flexible nanostructured sulphur-carbon nanotube cathode with high rate performance for Li-S batteries Li Feng; Cheng Huiming
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Ti-based compounds as anode materials for Li-ion batteries Xia Yong-Yao
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE High performance hybrid solar cells sensitized by organolead halide perovskites Zhang Wen-Hua; Qiu Jieshan
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE alpha-MnO2 nanorods grown in situ on graphene as catalysts for Li-O-2 batteries with excellent electrochemical performance Dong Quanfeng; Zheng Mingsen
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE A red anatase TiO2 photocatalyst for solar energy conversion Cheng Hui-Ming
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Two dimensional graphene-SnS2 hybrids with superior rate capability for lithium ion storage Zhi Linjie
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE K-7[(CoCoII)-Co-III(H2O)W11O39]: a molecular mixed-valence Keggin polyoxometalate catalyst of high stability and efficiency for visible light-driven water oxidation Ding Yong; Ma Baochun
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE p-n Heterojunction photoelectrodes composed of Cu2O-loaded TiO2 nanotube arrays with enhanced photoelectrochemical and photoelectrocatalytic activities Sun Lan; Lin Changjian
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Facile synthesis of mesoporous Ni0.3Co2.7O4 hierarchical structures for high-performance supercapacitors Pang Huan
ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Polypyrrole-coated paper for flexible solid-state energy storage Zhou Jun
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-PROCESSES & IMPACTS Silver nanoparticles in the environment Liu Jingfu
GREEN CHEMISTRY Catalytic conversion of cellulose to hexitols with mesoporous carbon supported Ni-based bimetallic catalysts Zhang Tao
GREEN CHEMISTRY A magnetic nanoparticle supported dual acidic ionic liquid: a quasi-homogeneous catalyst for the one-pot synthesis of benzoxanthenes Luo Jun
GREEN CHEMISTRY Multicomponent reactions in unconventional solvents: state of the art Gu Yanlong
GREEN CHEMISTRY Hydrolysis of cellulose to glucose by solid acid catalysts Fu Yao
GREEN CHEMISTRY Chitosan functionalized ionic liquid as a recyclable biopolymer-supported catalyst for cycloaddition of CO2 Zhang Suojiang
JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY Improved in situ Hf isotope ratio analysis of zircon using newly designed X skimmer cone and jet sample cone in combination with the addition of nitrogen by laser ablation multiple collector ICP-MS Hu Zhaochu
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A CTAB-assisted synthesis of single-layer MoS2-graphene composites as anode materials of Li-ion batteries Chen Weixiang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Graphene oxide-chitosan composite hydrogels as broad-spectrum adsorbents for water purification Bai Hua; Li Lei
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Chemically tailoring the nanostructure of graphene nanosheets to confine sulfur for high-performance lithium-sulfur batteries Zhang Xiaogang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Novel C3N4-CdS composite photocatalysts with organic-inorganic heterojunctions: in situ synthesis, exceptional activity high stability and photocatalytic mechanism Dong Xiaoping
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Preparation of NiFe2O4 nanorod-graphene composites via an ionic liquid assisted one-step hydrothermal approach and their microwave absorbing properties Zhao Yun
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Synthesis and characterization of nitrogen-doped graphene hydrogels by hydrothermal route with urea as reducing-doping agents Guo Hui-Lin
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Microporous metal-organic frameworks with open metal sites as sorbents for selective gas adsorption and fluorescence sensors for metal ions Bu Xian-He
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Surface modification of Li-rich layered Li(Li0.17Ni0.25Mn0.58)O-2 oxide with Li-Mn-PO4 as the cathode for lithium-ion batteries Gao Xue Ping
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Nitrogen-containing porous carbons: synthesis and application Shen Wenzhong; Fan Weibin
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A From coconut shell to porous graphene-like nanosheets for high-power supercapacitors Fu Honggang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Counter electrodes from double-layered polyaniline nanostructures for dye-sensitized solar cell applications Tang Qunwei
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Highly mesoporous carbon foams synthesized by a facile, cost-effective and template-free Pechini method for advanced lithium-sulfur batteries zhang Wenkui
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Dual core-shell structured sulfur cathode composite synthesized by a one-pot route for lithium sulfur batteries Chen Ji-Tao; Huang Yun-Hui
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A NiCo2O4 nanowire arrays supported on Ni foam for high-performance flexible all-solid-state supercapacitors Chen Di; Shen Guozhen
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Flexible free-standing hollow Fe3O4/graphene hybrid films for lithium-ion batteries Sun Jing
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Porous covalent-organic materials: synthesis, clean energy application and design Cao Dapeng
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Plasmon-enhanced chemical reactions Wang Jianfang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Sulfur embedded in metal organic framework-derived hierarchically porous carbon nanoplates for high performance lithium-sulfur battery Zhang Xiaogang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Graphene-based gas sensors Shi Gaoquan
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A In situ synthesis of silver nanostructures on magnetic Fe3O4@C core-shell nanocomposites and their application in catalytic reduction reactions Diao Guowang
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Robust superhydrophobic polyurethane sponge as a highly reusable oil-absorption material Pan Qinmin
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A Chain-like NiCo2O4 nanowires with different exposed reactive planes for high-performance supercapacitors Hu Junqing
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B Biopolymer functionalized reduced graphene oxide with enhanced biocompatibility via mussel inspired coatings/anchors Sun Shudong; Zhao Changsheng
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B One-step preparation of nitrogen-doped graphene quantum dots from oxidized debris of graphene oxide Liu Yingliang; Rong Jianhua
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B One-pot hydrothermal synthesis of highly luminescent nitrogen-doped amphoteric carbon dots for bioimaging from Bombyx mori silk – natural proteins Huang Chengzhi
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C Two-dimensional semiconductors: recent progress and future perspectives Zeng Haibo
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C Laminated magnetic graphene with enhanced electromagnetic wave absorption properties He Jianping
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C Recent advances in mechanochromic luminescent metal complexes Chi Zhenguo; Xu Jiarui
LAB ON A CHIP High-purity and label-free isolation of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in a microfluidic platform by using optically-induced-dielectrophoretic (ODEP) force Tseng Ching-Ping
LAB ON A CHIP 3D Origami-based multifunction-integrated immunodevice: low-cost and multiplexed sandwich chemiluminescence immunoassay on microfluidic paper-based analytical device Yu Jinghua
LAB ON A CHIP Rapid prototyping of three-dimensional microfluidic mixers in glass by femtosecond laser direct writing Xu Zhizhan; Cheng Ya; Luo Yong
LAB ON A CHIP Double spiral microchannel for label-free tumor cell separation and enrichment Jiang Xingyu; Sun Jiashu
MOLECULAR BIOSYSTEMS iLoc-Hum: using the accumulation-label scale to predict subcellular locations of human proteins with both single and multiple sites Xiao Xuan
MOLECULAR BIOSYSTEMS iLoc-Animal: a multi-label learning classifier for predicting subcellular localization of animal proteins Xiao Xuan
MOLECULAR BIOSYSTEMS Upregulated MALAT-1 contributes to bladder cancer cell migration by inducing epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition Qiu Feng
NANOSCALE Lithium/sulfur batteries with high specific energy: old challenges and new opportunities Zhang Yuegang
NANOSCALE Highly conductive NiCo2S4 urchin-like nanostructures for high-rate pseudocapacitors Jiang Jianjun
NANOSCALE Upconversion nanoparticles and their composite nanostructures for biomedical imaging and cancer therapy Liu Zhuang
NANOSCALE Facile synthesis of hierarchical MoS2 microspheres composed of few-layered nanosheets and their lithium storage properties Shujiang Ding
NANOSCALE Graphene oxide-Fe3O4 magnetic nanocomposites with peroxidase-like activity for colorimetric detection of glucose Cheng Xing-guo
NANOSCALE One-pot green synthesis of optically pH-sensitive carbon dots with upconversion luminescence Wang Erkang
NANOSCALE A green and high energy density asymmetric supercapacitor based on ultrathin MnO2 nanostructures and functional mesoporous carbon nanotube electrodes Li Chunzhong
NANOSCALE Dopamine as the coating agent and carbon precursor for the fabrication of N-doped carbon coated Fe3O4 composites as superior lithium ion anodes Lu An-Hui
NANOSCALE Three-dimensional graphene architectures Shi Gaoquan
NANOSCALE A facile route to synthesize multiporous MnCo2O4 and CoMn2O4 spinel quasi-hollow spheres with improved lithium storage properties Xiong Shenglin
NANOSCALE Focusing on luminescent graphene quantum dots: current status and future perspectives Zhu Jun-Jie; Zhao Jianwei
NANOSCALE Unique photocatalytic oxidation reactivity and selectivity of TiO2-graphene nanocomposites Yu Jiaguo
NANOSCALE Sulfur-nitrogen co-doped three-dimensional carbon foams with hierarchical pore structures as efficient metal-free electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reactions Huang Shaoming; Yang Zhi
NANOSCALE Defective TiO2 with oxygen vacancies: synthesis, properties and photocatalytic applications Xu Yi-Jun
NANOSCALE Triple-functional core-shell structured upconversion luminescent nanoparticles covalently grafted with photosensitizer for luminescent magnetic resonance imaging and photodynamic therapy in vitro Yan Chun-Hua
NANOSCALE All-solid-state hybrid solar cells based on a new organometal halide perovskite sensitizer and one-dimensional TiO2 nanowire arrays Yang Shihe
NANOSCALE Anatase TiO2 nanocrystals with exposed {001} facets on graphene sheets via molecular grafting for enhanced photocatalytic activity Zhou Yunchun
NANOSCALE Graphene-related nanomaterials: tuning properties by functionalization Zhou Zhen
NANOSCALE One-step hydrothermal synthesis of N-doped TiO2/C nanocomposites with high visible light photocatalytic activity Xu An-Wu
NANOSCALE Surfactant free RGO/Pd nanocomposites as highly active heterogeneous catalysts for the hydrolytic dehydrogenation of ammonia borane for chemical hydrogen storage Xi Pinxian; Zeng Zhengzhi
NANOSCALE Novel hollow Pt-ZnO nanocomposite microspheres with hierarchical structure and enhanced photocatalytic activity and stability Yu Changlin; Wang Chunying
NANOSCALE Recent advances in solar cells based on one-dimensional nanostructure arrays Fang Zhiyong; Long Yun-Ze
NANOSCALE 3D MnO2-graphene composites with large areal capacitance for high-performance asymmetric supercapacitors Lu Xihong; Tong Ye xiang
NANOSCALE Iron phthalocyanine and nitrogen-doped graphene composite as a novel non-precious catalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction Hou Yanglong
NANOSCALE Recent progress on metal core@semiconductor shell nanocomposites as a promising type of photocatalyst Xu Yi-Jun
NANOSCALE Recent progress on graphene-based photocatalysts: current status and future perspectives Xu Yi-Jun
NANOSCALE Biocompatible polydopamine fluorescent organic nanoparticles: facile preparation and cell imaging Tao Lei; Wei Yen
NANOSCALE Surfactant modification of aggregation-induced emission material as biocompatible nanoparticles: Facile preparation and cell imaging Tao Lei; Wei Yen
NANOSCALE Porous graphitic carbon nitride synthesized via direct polymerization of urea for efficient sunlight-driven photocatalytic hydrogen production Chen Wei
NANOSCALE Facile synthesis of MoS2@CMK-3 nanocomposite as an improved anode material for lithium-ion batteries Guo Yu-Guo
NANOSCALE Recent progress in graphene-based nanomaterials as advanced electrocatalysts towards oxygen reduction reaction Dong Shaojun
ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Electrophilicity of alpha-oxo gold carbene intermediates: halogen abstractions from halogenated solvents leading to the formation of chloro/bromomethyl ketones Xiang Jiannan
ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Recent applications of arene diazonium salts in organic synthesis Wang Jianbo
ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Rhodium-catalyzed regioselective amidation of indoles with sulfonyl azides via C-H bond activation Li Yuanchao; Zhou Bing
ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Synthetic applications of photoredox catalysis with visible light Lei Aiwen
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Semiconductor-based nanocomposites for photocatalytic H-2 production and CO2 conversion Wang Ye
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Strain-dependent electronic and magnetic properties of MoS2 monolayer, bilayer, nanoribbons and nanotubes Guo Wanlin
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Increasing visible-light absorption for photocatalysis with black BiOCl Zan Ling
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Enhanced photocatalytic performance of direct Z-scheme g-C3N4-TiO2 photocatalysts for the decomposition of formaldehyde in air Yu Jiaguo
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Metal-free activation of H2O2 by g-C3N4 under visible light irradiation for the degradation of organic pollutants Wang Xinchen
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Fill factor in organic solar cells Wang Jizheng
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Selective photoredox using graphene-based composite photocatalysts Xu Yi-Jun
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Improving the photocatalytic performance of graphene-TiO2 nanocomposites via a combined strategy of decreasing defects of graphene and increasing interfacial contact Xu Yi-Jun
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Excited state intramolecular proton transfer (ESIPT): from principal photophysics to the development of new chromophores and applications in fluorescent molecular probes and luminescent materials Zhao Jianzhang; Guo Huimin
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS Graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4)-Pt-TiO2 nanocomposite as an efficient photocatalyst for hydrogen production under visible light irradiation Peng Tianyou; Zan Ling
POLYMER CHEMISTRY Recent advances in RAFT dispersion polymerization for preparation of block copolymer aggregates Pan Cai-Yuan; Hong Chun-Yan
POLYMER CHEMISTRY Facile fabrication and cell imaging applications of aggregation-induced emission dye-based fluorescent organic nanoparticles Zhang Xiaoyong; Wei Yen
POLYMER CHEMISTRY Cross-linkable aggregation induced emission dye based red fluorescent organic nanoparticles and their cell imaging applications Zhang Xiqi; Wei Yen
RSC ADVANCES Graphene-inorganic nanocomposites Shen Xiaoping
RSC ADVANCES Nitrogen-doped graphene with high nitrogen level via a one-step hydrothermal reaction of graphene oxide with urea for superior capacitive energy storage Fu Honggang
SOFT MATTER Mechanics of morphological instabilities and surface wrinkling in soft materials: a review Feng Xi-Qiao
SOFT MATTER Extreme wettability and tunable adhesion: biomimicking beyond nature? Zhou Feng
SOFT MATTER Recent developments in superhydrophobic surfaces with unique structural and functional properties Sun Hong-Bo
SOFT MATTER Self-assembly of organic luminophores with gelation-enhanced emission characteristics Tang Ben Zhong
TOXICOLOGY RESEARCH A comparative study of cellular uptake and cytotoxicity of multi-walled carbon nanotubes, graphene oxide, and nanodiamond Zhang Xiaoyong
Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

Organic Chemistry Frontiers opens for submissions

We are pleased to announce that Organic Chemistry Frontiers is now open for submissions.

Editor-in-Chief Shengming Ma from Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SIOC, CAS), together with his international Editorial team welcome cutting-edge original research work in the field of organic chemistry from China, Asia and the rest of the world.

We aim to become one of the world leading journals in the field of organic chemistry by publishing high level research work on all disciplines of organic chemistry, especially those focusing on new and significantly improved methodologies and protocols.

The first issue of Organic Chemistry Frontiers is expected in the first quarter of 2014. All submissions to the Associate Editors will be handled efficiently and fairly to ensure the high scientific criteria of this journal.

By publishing with Organic Chemistry Frontiers, you will benefit from:

  • Rapid publication by a publisher who can be trusted to maintain the highest ethical and production standards
  • All content will be free to access until end of 2015, ensuring the highest visibility for your work
  • No submission charges or page limits, and free colour
  • Open access publishing options
  • Simple and user-friendly online submission process      

Please visit the home page to find out more about this new exciting journal. Part of the Frontiers project, Organic Chemistry Frontiers is part of a not-for-profit society partnership between the Chinese Chemical Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry and SIOC.

Be a part of this new collaboration – submit your work today.

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

英国皇家化学学会中文网站上线了

我们很高兴展示新的中文网站。

作为世界上领先的化学社区,我们致力于科技领域的跨国交流与合作。

我们因与中国化学科学领域的紧密联系而自豪,希望通过新的网站,加强联系并深入扩展与中国的合作伙伴和同行的合作网络。

我们全新的中文网站是一个中心,在这里,中国科学家可以发现了解我们的传统、活动、出版业务、合作伙伴与社区信息,并了解如何参与进来。

通过全球的合作伙伴,我们能够推进卓越,支持创新并构架化学科学的未来–造福科学和人类福祉。

访问中文网站

View this blog post in English

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is now open for submissions

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers CoverWe are delighted to announce that Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is now open for submissions. Editor-in-Chief, Professor Song Gao (Peking University), invites you to submit your latest research.

We are pleased to welcome Associate Editors Professor Yi Xie (University of Science and Technology China, China) and Professor Lee Cronin (Glasgow University, UK) to the Editorial team.  Submissions to Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers’ Associate Editors are handled fairly, quickly and efficiently.

Professor Cronin and Professor Xie welcome articles on inorganic and organometallic molecules and solids with explicit applications. This includes inorganic chemistry research at the interfaces of materials science, energy, nanoscience, catalysis and bio-inorganic chemistry. Papers should be of high significance and answer fundamental questions relevant to interdisciplinary applications. For more information on how to submit and author guidelines please see our instructions to authors.

Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers is part of the Frontiers project: a unique collaboration between the Chinese Chemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal will publish the best inorganic chemistry research from China, Asia and the rest of the world to an international audience. 

Be a part of this new collaboration – submit your work today.

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)