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Editor’s Choice Collection titled Beyond Li: Alternative battery chemistries, selected by Associate Editor Professor Magdalena Titirici

 

We are delighted to announce a new Journal of Materials Chemistry A and Materials Advances and Editor’s Choice Collection titled Beyond Li: Alternative battery chemistries, selected by Associate Editor Professor Magdalena Titirici.

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Current Li ion batteries are relying on critical materials that have a high risk linked to their supply, while their demand is constantly rising. Moving towards a circular battery economy is one solution, but this alone will not be able to address the issue of critical materials. The other solution is developing alternative battery chemistries based on abundant materials to complement Li-ion batteries in the future and diversify the battery market to match requirements for different applications. This collection, selected by Associate Editor Professor Magdalena Titirici, Imperial College London, UK, highlights some progress made in this direction based on recent papers published in Materials Advances and Journal of Materials Chemistry A.

 

Papers published in Materials Advances are gold open access and freely accessible. Those published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A are free to access until 1 December 2022.
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Congratulations to poster prize winners at the International Materials Research Congress (IMRC2022)

Materials Horizons, Materials Advances, Nanoscale Horizons, Nanoscale, Nanoscale Advances, and Digital Discovery sponsored poster prizes at the International Materials Research Congress (IMRC2022). Congratulations to all the winners as detailed below:

Jorge Aarón Castillo Hernández, Tecnológico Nacional de México – Instituto Tecnológico de Pachuca

Effect Of The Post-Curing Temperature In The Wear Resistance Of Composites Obtained By Vacuum Infusion Process

Jorge Aarón Castillo Hernández is a mechanical engineer currently studying a Mechanical Engineering masters degree at the Instituto Tecnológico de Pachuca.  He is currently working with composite materials doing changes in some parameters during their fabrication and characterizing their mechanical properties but also the changes in their microstructure. He has more than five years of experience as a mechanical design engineer into which he has three years of experience as a tooling design engineer in aeronautics. He has interest in composite materials, design engineering, and rapid prototyping.

 

Ashok Adhikari, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN

A New Approach Employed In The Scaps-1D Simulation For Modeling The Cigse Thin Film Solar Cells

 

Samuel Eduardo Salud Ordon, Universidad del Istmo

Relationship Between Hydrogen Diffusivity And Microhardness In A Tempered Experimental V-Mo Steel

I was born in a small town in the Istmo de Tehuantepec region in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Since I was little I have always been curious to learn, I like to read and know about many topics, curiosity has been one of my virtues until now. All my student life has been developed in public schools in the cities near my town, throughout this journey I have met valuable people who have taught me a lot. In the last stage of my professional training I met the one who is now my thesis advisor, Dr. Edgar López Martínez, from the beginning I was curious about his line of research, this led me to investigate more about the subject and in the end decide to develop a project with him. Thanks to the formation of the UNISTMO SMMater student chapter within my university, I had the opportunity to be awarded a scholarship by the Mexican Society of Materials (Sociedad Mexicana de Materiales) as a student monitor to participate in the XXX International Material Research Congress in Cancun, Mexico where I applied for the Best Student Poster Award obtaining third place in the competition. This award has been a great motivation to continue pursuing my goals.

 

Oscar Luis Quintero Lizárraga, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Synthesis Of Bismuth Halide Perovskite Photocatalysts To Produce Renewable Fuels From CO2 Photoreduction

Oscar L. Quintero-Lizárraga is a Chemical Engineer who received his bachelor’s degree in 2021 from the National Technological Institute of Mexico. He is now studying for his M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León under the tutoring of Dr. Leticia M. Torres-Martínez and Dr. Edith Luévano-Hipólito. His current research interests focus on the photoconversion of atmospheric pollutants and the development of sustainable sources of energy.

 

Gloria I. Siller-Monroy, UPIITA – Instituto Politécnico Nacional

A Facile One-Pot Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal Synthesis Of Bivo4 With Application In Ciprofloxacin Degradation

 

Luz Karyme del Real Herrera, Universidad Tecnológica de Tulancingo

A Novel Green Synthesis For Graphene Using Microwave Hydrothermal Method

 

Cindy Viridiana Peto Gutierrez, UNAM

Fabrication Of Microelectrodes With Large Electrochemically Active Surface Area Based On Shrink Polymer Film And Rapid Low-Cost Prototyping Techniques

I am Cindy Viridiana Peto-Gutiérrez, born in a small city at the Gulf of Mexico coast. My first life-changing scientific experience was representing Mexico at the International Chemistry Olympiad 2011, and ever since I’ve wanted to find ways for scientific reasoning and knowledge to feel accessible to those around me. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and a MSc in Materials Science and Engineering from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM, México). I am currently a PhD candidate at the same graduate programme and a subject teacher at the Faculty of Sciences. My research focuses on the development of miniaturized, highly sensitive electrochemical sensors via low-cost benchtop fabrication techniques and its integration into microfluidic devices. The final goal is to monitor electroactive soluble analytes released by cultured endothelial cells excited with different shear stresses. Broadly, I’m interested in interdisciplinary research geared towards solving biomedical problems.

 

Arely Núñez Serrano, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Pectinase Immobilized On Core-Shell Magnetic Nanoparticles (Fe3O4@Sio2 ) For Juice Clarification

Arely Núñez is a Student-Researcher in Science,  graduated in Food Science, with experience in the bio-production of metabolites from microorganisms and the development of new technologies for the food industry. PhD student in Applied Microbiology at Facultad de Ciencias Químicas of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León under the mentorship of Dr. Alcione García and Dr. Bernardo García, currently working on magnetic nanomaterials for enzymatic immobilization.

 

Mian Muhammad Faisal, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Wood Waste-Derived Activated Carbon In Combo With Redox-Active Mesoporous Nimn-S Nanomaterial For Supercapattery Devices

Mr. Mian Muhammad Faisal is a young researcher currently developing hybrid supercapacitors or supercapattery based on various nanomaterials as battery-grade electrode material. He did his MS from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan in 2020. His research interests are electrochemical energy storage devices, supercapacitors, supercapattery, electrochemical biosensors, and hydrogen evolution reactions. His research work can be traced through the link mentioned below: https://scholar.google.com.pk/citations?user=u-kwHl8AAAAJ&hl=en

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Open Call for Papers: Circularly Polarised Luminescence

Circularly Polarised Luminescence (CPL):

Chirality is a basic property of Nature and plays an important role in the Universe (homochirality of living systems). Chiral materials are also widely used in many areas, such as medicines and chemical reagents, catalysts, and emitters. Interestingly, chiral emitters can display circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) which is the difference of left- and right-circularly polarized light components from chiral compounds and has recently revealed many fundamental interests and potential applications. The increasing recent interest of CPL technique is attributed to instrumental development, enabling development of strongly CPL-active chiral materials or systems, and to its application in many research areas such as in bio-responsive systems and for the development of smart materials for advanced photonic and electronic technologies (quantum computing, optical data storage and 3D displays, etc).

The aim of this themed collection is to bring together cutting-edge original articles regarding the synthesis, preparation and characterization, the theoretical simulations, the circular dichroism (CD) and CPL measurements of chiral molecules or systems including organic, inorganic materials and supramolecular aggregates with fluorescence, thermally activated delayed fluorescence, phosphorescence and long after-glow properties. Furthermore, the application of these materials in organic light-emitting diode (OLED), etc., are particularly welcome. The themed collection will provide a guidance for the future rational design of chiral molecules or systems suitable for various CPL properties and applications.

We encourage submission of CPL studies on all types of chiral molecules or systems, in form of reviews or of research papers. Both experimental, theoretical and combinations works are welcome.

Submissions to the journal should contain chemistry in a materials context and should fit within the scope of Journal of Materials Chemistry C. Please see the journal’s website for more information on the journal’s scope, standards, article types and author guidelines.

If you are interested in contributing to this themed collection, please submit through the online submission system for Journal of Materials Chemistry C

Any questions, please get in touch with the Editorial Office by email.

Note:

Please add a “note to the editor” in the submission form when you submit your manuscript to say that this is a submission for the themed collection. The Editorial Office and Guest Editors reserve the right to check suitability of submissions in relation to the scope of the collection and inclusion of accepted articles in the collection is not guaranteed. All manuscripts will be subject to the journal’s usual peer review process. Accepted manuscripts will be added to the collection as soon as they are online, and they will be published in a regular issue of Journal of Materials Chemistry C.

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Editor’s choice web collection: luminescent metal halides, selected by Associate Editor Zhiguo Xia

We are delighted to announce a new Editor’s choice web collection on luminescent metal halides, selected by Journal of Materials Chemistry C and Materials Advances Associate Editor Zhiguo Xia.

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“By carefully selecting the published articles from Journal of Materials Chemistry C and Materials Advances into a themed collection, I hope that the charming and the rich performances of luminescent metal halides can be witnessed by chemists, physicists, and material scientists.” Associate Editor Zhiguo Xia (South China University of Technology, China) Zhiguo Xia photo

A few examples of the articles in this collection are shown below. You can read the full collection online. All articles in the collection are free to access until the 22nd July 2022.

 

Editorial

Editor’s choice collection on luminescent metal halides: here come halide perovskites and their derivatives

Zhiguo Xia

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2022, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/D2TC90122F

 

A selection of articles in Journal of Materials Chemistry C

 

2D layered metal-halide perovskite/oxide semiconductor-based broadband optoelectronic synaptic transistors with long-term visual memory

Youngjun Park, Min-Kyu Kim and Jang-Sik Lee

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2021, 9, 1429-1436 (DOI: 10.1039/D0TC04250A)

 

Molecularly imprinted nanocomposites of CsPbBr3 nanocrystals: an approach towards fast and selective gas sensing of explosive taggants

Eduardo Aznar-Gadea, Ivan Sanchez-Alarcon, Ananthakumar Soosaimanickam, Pedro J. Rodriguez-Canto, F. Perez-Pla, Juan P. Martínez-Pastor and Rafael Abargues

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2022, 10, 1754-1766 (DOI: 10.1039/D1TC05169E)

 

Stable down-conversion white light-emitting devices based on highly luminescent copper halides synthesized at room temperature

Lin-Tao Wang, Zhuang-Zhuang Ma, Fei Zhang, Meng Wang, Xu Chen, Di Wu, Yong-Tao Tian, Xin-Jian Li and Zhi-Feng Shi

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2021, 9, 6151-6159 (DOI: 10.1039/D1TC01037A)

 

Lanthanide-doped inorganic halide perovskites (CsPbX3): novel properties and emerging applications

Santosh Kachhap, Sachin Singh, Akhilesh Kumar Singh and Sunil Kumar Singh

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2022, 10, 3647-3676 (DOI: 10.1039/D1TC05506B)

 

A selection of articles in Materials Advances

 

Inkjet printed mesoscopic perovskite solar cells with custom design capability

Anand Verma, David Martineau, Sina Abdolhosseinzadeh, Jakob Heier and Frank Nüesch

Mater. Adv., 2020, 1, 153-160 (DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00077A)

 

Ruddlesden Popper 2D perovskites as Li-ion battery electrodes

Angus Mathieson, Mohammad Rahil, Youcheng Zhang, Wesley M. Dose, Jung Tae Lee, Felix Deschler, Shahab Ahmad and Michael De Volder

Mater. Adv., 2021,2, 3370-3377 (DOI: 10.1039/D1MA00020A)

 

The properties, photovoltaic performance and stability of visible to near-IR all inorganic perovskites

Adva Shpatz Dayan, Xinjue Zhong, Małgorzata Wierzbowska, C. E. M. de Oliveira, Antoine Kahn and Lioz Etgar

Mater. Adv., 2020,1, 1920-1929 (DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00452A)

 

Photocatalytic reduction of CO2 by halide perovskites: recent advances and future perspectives

Muhammad Ali Raza, Feng Li, Meidan Que, Liangliang Zhu and Xi Chen

Mater. Adv., 2021,2, 7187-7209 (DOI: 10.1039/D1MA00703C)

 

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Themed collection on Stability of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

Journal of Materials Chemistry C is delighted to announce a call for papers for its latest themed collection on “Stability of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices” Guest Edited by: Yana Vaynzof (Technical University of Dresden), Zhuoying Chen (ESPCI Paris/CNRS/Sorbonne Université/Université PSL) and Dinesh Kabra (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay).

Emerging optoelectronic materials are under intense scrutiny both in terms of their fundamental properties and application in a range of electronic devices. These include, among others, organic materials, quantum dots, metal halide perovskites, metal oxides, 2D materials. These materials have already found application in solar cells, light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors, photodetectors, lasers and many more. While the function and performance of these devices are highly important, their stability also needs to be addressed if these technologies are to find their way to industrial applications. In this themed collection, we focus on the latest insights regarding the fundamental mechanisms of material degradation, the study of active-material/device stability and the development of mitigation strategies both in terms of chemical design and device architecture engineering.

This call for papers is open for the following article types:

  • Communications
  • Full papers

Submission Deadline: 30th September 2022

If you would like to contribute to this themed collection, you can submit your article directly through the journal’s online submission service at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jmchemc. Please add a “note to the editor” in the submission form when uploading your files to say that this is a contribution to the themed collection. The Editorial Office reserves the right to check suitability of submissions in relation to the scope of the collection, and inclusion of accepted articles in the final themed collection is not guaranteed.

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Editor’s Choice Collection on solid-state ion conductors

We are delighted to announce a new Journal of Materials Chemistry A and Materials Advances Editor’s Choice Collection on solid-state ion conductors.

 The newly appointed Journal of Materials Chemistry A and Materials Advances Advisory Board member, Stephen Skinner (Imperial College London, UK) who has recently come to the end of his time as an Associate Editor, has gathered the journals’ most outstanding recent papers in solid-state ion conductors for this Editor’s Choice collection. In order to highlight developments in solid-state ion conductors, this online collection includes recent manuscripts from Journal of Materials Chemistry A and Materials Advances on the topic.

Papers published in Materials Advances are gold open access and freely accessible. Those published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A are free to access until 10 June 2022. You can read the full collection online.

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2022 Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship

We invite you to nominate exceptional materials chemistry researchers for the prestigious 2022 Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship. Do you know an outstanding emerging scientist who deserves recognition? Nominate them today for a chance to win this respected award!

Established in 2010, this international lectureship honours early-career scientists who have made significant contributions to the field of materials chemistry, with previous recipients including Serena Corr, Shaojun Guo, Christopher Bettinger, Henry Snaith and last year’s winner Maria Escudero-Escribano.

For more information and details on eligibility criteria and how to nominate a candidate, please visit the Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship webpage.

The deadline for nominations is 13 June 2022

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Journal of Materials Chemistry B themed issue on Bioinspired Surfaces Engineering for Biomaterials

We are delighted to present this Journal of Materials Chemistry B themed issue on Bioinspired Surfaces Engineering for Biomaterials, guest edited by Professor Jian Ji (Zhejiang University), Professor Kazuhiko Ishihara (The University of Tokyo), Professor Shaoyi Jiang (Cornell University), Professor M. Cristina L. Martins (Universidade do Porto) and Professor G. Julius Vancso (University of Twente).

Understanding the sophisticated functionalities offered by objects and processes found in nature will guide the design of materials with desirable properties to meet challenging applications. Zwitterionic and other materials, inspired by biological structures and functions at different levels (e.g. cell membrane, protein, tissues etc.) have shown great potential in diagnostic, drug delivery and tissue regeneration applications.

This themed issue of Journal of Materials Chemistry B is focused on recent rapid development in bioinspired biomaterials. It aims at covering the recent progress on zwitterionic materials specifically and other bioinspired biomaterials broadly, including properties, applications, and synthesis of bioinspired and zwitterionic materials related to biology and medicine, bioinspired surfaces/interfaces, fabrication and functionality of bioinspired nanoparticles, high-throughput methods and applications in nanomedicine, nanodiagnostics, medical devices, sensors, and scaffolds for tissue regeneration.

 

All of the articles in the issue are free to access until 8 May 2022. A selection of articles from the issue is provided below.

 Editorial

Introduction to bioinspired surfaces engineering for biomaterials

G. Julius Vancso, Jian Ji, Kazuhiko Ishihara, M. Cristina L. Martins and Shaoyi Jiang

J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2277-2279 DOI: 10.1039/D2TB90044K

 

 Reviews

Fundamentals and exploration of aggregation-induced emission molecules for amyloid protein aggregation

Yijing Tang, Dong Zhang, Yanxian Zhang, Yonglan Liu, Lirong Cai, Eleanor Plaster and Jie Zheng

J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2280-2295 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB01942B

 

Antimicrobial peptide-based materials: opportunities and challenges

Akhilesh Rai, Rafaela Ferrão, Paulo Palma, Tatiana Patricio, Paula Parreira, Elsa Anes, Chiara Tonda-Turo, M. Cristina L. Martins, Nuno Alves and Lino Ferreira

J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2384-2429 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB02617H

 

 Articles

Bioinspired NO release coating enhances endothelial cells and inhibits smooth muscle cells
Sheng-yu Chen, Jing Wang, Fan Jia, Zhi-da Shen, Wen-bin Zhang, You-xiang Wang, Ke-feng Ren, Guo-sheng Fu and Jian Ji
J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2454-2462 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB01828K

Molecular simulations of zwitterlation-induced conformation and dynamics variation of glucagon-like peptide-1 and insulin
Qi Qiao, Lirong Cai and Qing Shao
J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2490-2496 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB02561A

A natural polysaccharide-based antibacterial functionalization strategy for liquid and air filtration membranes
Ruonan Wu, Mengkai Song, Dandan Sui, Shun Duan and Fu-Jian Xu
J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2471-2480 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB02273C

A biomimetic anti-biofouling coating in nanofluidic channels
Sumire Fukuda and Yan Xu
J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2481-2489 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB02627E

Zwitterionic choline phosphate conjugated folate-poly (ethylene glycol): a general decoration of erythrocyte membrane-coated nanoparticles for enhanced tumor-targeting drug delivery
Yuyue Zhang, Yuemin Wang, Qiangwei Xin, Mingjing Li, Peng Yu, Jun Luo, Xinyuan Xu, Xingyu Chen and Jianshu Li
J. Mater. Chem. B, 2022, 10, 2497-2503 DOI: 10.1039/D1TB02493K

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Journal of Materials Chemistry A: themed issue on single-atom catalysis

We are delighted to present this Journal of Materials Chemistry A themed issue on single-atom catalysis, guest edited by Zhiqun Lin (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Maria Escudero Escribano (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) and Jun Li (Tsinghua University, China).

Single-atom catalysts (SACs) with isolated metal atoms dispersed on solid supports have emerged as a new frontier in catalysis science owing to their great potential to bridge the gap between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis. The active centers of this new class of materials possess unique electronic structure and unsaturated coordination environments, which have been proven to improve catalytic activity in a variety of reactions. Moreover, the homogeneity in the active sites and geometric structure of SACs, which show similarities to their homogeneous catalyst analogs, afford them a great potential to enhance selectivity because of similar spatial and electronic interactions to substrates.

To this end, this themed collection of Journal of Materials Chemistry A aims to provide a platform for recent developments in this rapidly evolving field of SACs including synthetic strategies, selectivity regulation, theoretical understanding of the catalytic activity and stability, single-atom alloy, support effect, and novel applications in electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, photoelectrocatalysis, selective hydrogenation, and other fields. We hope that readers find this themed collection informative and useful.

All of the articles in the collection are free to access until 18 April 2022. A selection of articles from the issue is provided below.

 

 Editorial

Recent progress and perspectives on single-atom catalysis

Zhiqun Lin, María Escudero-Escribano and Jun Li

J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 5670-5672 DOI: 10.1039/D2TA90050E

 

 Reviews

 

Support-based modulation strategies in single-atom catalysts for electrochemical CO2 reduction: graphene and conjugated macrocyclic complexes
Zhanzhao Fu, Mingliang Wu, Yipeng Zhou, Zhiyang Lyu, Yixin Ouyang, Qiang Li and Jinlan Wang
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 5699-5716 DOI: 10.1039/D1TA09069K

 

Synergistically enhanced single-atomic site catalysts for clean energy conversion

Fa Yang and Weilin Xu

J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 5673-5698 DOI: 10.1039/D1TA08561A

 

Articles

 

Metal coordination in C2N-like materials towards dual atom catalysts for oxygen reduction
Jesús Barrio, Angus Pedersen, Jingyu Feng, Saurav Ch. Sarma, Mengnan Wang, Alain Y. Li, Hossein Yadegari, Hui Luo, Mary P. Ryan, Maria-Magdalena Titirici and Ifan. E. L. Stephens
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 6023-6030 DOI: 10.1039/D1TA09560A

Multiscale porous single-atom Co catalysts for epoxidation with O2
Xiao Chen, Yong Zou, Mingkai Zhang, Wangyan Gou, Sai Zhang and Yongquan Qu
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 6016-6022 DOI: 10.1039/D1TA09227H

Zinc/graphitic carbon nitride co-mediated dual-template synthesis of densely populated Fe–Nx-embedded 2D carbon nanosheets towards oxygen reduction reactions for Zn–air batteries
Xiao-Fei Gong, Yun-Long Zhang, Lei Zhao, Yun-Kun Dai, Jia-Jun Cai, Bing Liu, Pan Guo, Qing-Yan Zhou, Ichizo Yagi and Zhen-Bo Wang
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 5971-5980 DOI: 10.1039/D1TA08007E

 

We hope you enjoy reading this collection of papers in Journal of Materials Chemistry A on single atom catalysis and guest edited by Zhiqun Lin, Maria Escudero Escribano and Jun Li.

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2021 Termis-AP Webinar Student Paper Contest

Congratulations to the Journal of Materials Chemistry B winners of the Student Paper Contest at the 2021 Termis-AP. The 2021 TERMIS-AP Webinar Student Paper Contest was held as an on-line international symposium on 18-19 December 2021 in order to promote students for their research activity in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in Asia and Pacific regions.

Ian Chin

The Univ. Western Australia

@IanLChin

Chen Qin

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Kang-Gon Lee

Korea University

Junghyeon Ko

Seoul National University

Huajian Chen

University of Tsukuba

Ming Wang

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Tony Huynh

Monash University

Jasmine Pye

University of Technology Sydney

Jiaxin Guo

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Yi Sun Choi

Yonsei University

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