Introducing our new Associate Editor

Wei-Guo Song joins the Environmental Science: Nano team as Associate Editor

We are delighted to introduce Wei-Guo as a new Associate Editor for Environmental Science: Nano.

Wei-Guo joins Greg Lowry, Iseult Lynch and Kristin Schirmer as Associate Editors handling submissions to the journal.

Dr. Wei-Guo Song is a Professor in the Institute of Chemistry at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS). He is also a Professor at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He obtained his BSc. from Peking University in 1992, and his PhD from University of Southern California in 2001. He joined ICCAS in 2005, and received National Distinguished Young Scholar award in 2007.

His research group focuses on the design of nano porous materials and their properties. More specifically, he is interested in using nano porous materials as adsorbents for inorganic pollutants, and as heterogeneous catalysts for catalytic degradation of organic pollutants. He is also interested in developing high performance catalysts including noble metal catalysts, solid acid/base catalysts, non-metal catalysts, etc. for fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries.


Please join us in welcoming Wei-Guo to Environmental Science: Nano.

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