MAR Our work on "Polypyrrole hydrogels based flexible supercapacitor" published in J. Mater. Chem. A is highlighted as one of '2014 Most Accessed Articles'.
MAR Ye’s research poster awarded "Outstanding" in ME Graduate Poster Competition.
FEB Our invited Feature Review on "Rational design and applications of conducting polymer hydrogels as electrochemical biosensors" is accepted in J. Mater. Chem. B.
FEB Dr. Yu was selected as 'Austin Under 40' Award Finalist in Science/Technology category.
FEB Dr. Yu received 3M Nontenured Faculty Award.
JAN Our recent work on "nanostructured conductive hydrogels-based biosensors" published in Nano Letters becomes Most Read Articles in January.
JAN Dr. Yu and our research was featured in 2014 Texas Engineering Achievements by UT Cockrell School.
JAN Lele and Pan’s paper on 2D nanosheet materials based full Li-ion battery is accepted in Nano Energy.
JAN NanotechWeb features our work for “Conducting hydrogel makes a good biosensor", and Nanowerk features our work for "Multiplexing biosensors on a chip for human metabolite detection".
JAN Lanlan and Yaqun’s paper on developing nanostructured conductive hydrogels-based biosensors is accepted in Nano Letters.
JAN Our joint review with other scientists from US/Europe/Asia on "2D materials for energy conversion and storage" is published in Science.
DEC Our review on "Hybrid nanostructured materials for electrochemical capacitors" is Top 5 Most Cited Article in Nano Energy.
DEC Ye and Chongbo's paper on "Conductive Smart Hybrid Hydrogels" was accepted for publication in Adv. Funct. Mater..
DEC Dr. Yu delivered two invited talks in 2014 MRS Fall meeting in Boston. Thanks for kind invitations.
NOV Dr. Yu delivered an invited talk in 2014 Lithium Battery Power organized by Knowledge Foundation.Thanks for kind invitation.
NOV The team by Dr. Yu and a few other scientists has been selected to organize a symposium on "Advances in Flexible Energy Devices" at 2015 Fall MRS meeting....
Guihua Yu (Bio)
Materials Science & Engineering
Texas Materials Institute
University of Texas at Austin
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