• Lab receives NSF CAREER award! (1/7/2022)

    The lab has received an NSF CAREER award! This will fund our work on metal–organic framework-supported bifunctional and bimetallic catalysts, as well as our outreach programs for K–12, college, and the older adult population!

  • Welcome new group members! (12/18/2021)

    Graduate students Phuong Le and Devin Rollins officially join the Xiao lab. Welcome to the group!

  • Welcome undergraduates and rotation students! (10/4/2021)

    We are excited to welcome undergraduate Jonathan, who started earlier this fall, as well as our autumn rotation students Andrei and Robert (October) and Emily and Phuong (November). Our group meetings are open to all interested first year students, and are held on Mondays at 4PM in the 4th floor CHB conference room (see here for the group meeting schedule).

  • Welcome summer students! (7/25/2021)

    We are excited to welcome three new students this summer, incoming graduate student Devin Rollins, undergraduate EJ Brannan, and summer REU student Dina Chehada. Welcome to the group!

  • Check out Jack’s JACS paper! (6/29/2021)

    Jack’s paper on the use of thermolabile crosslinkers to template multicomponent MOF pores has been published in JACS! Thank you to the ACS PRF for funding this work, and congrats Jack!

  • Congrats Austin & Kathleen! (6/17/2021)

    Congratulations to Austin and Kathleen, who were both awarded CEI Graduate Fellowships! This fellowship funds exceptional researchers from departments across UW to apply their talents to clean energy research projects, participate in outreach activities, and develop professional skills.

  • Lab awarded DOE Early Career grant! (5/30/2021)

    Exciting news – the lab has received a DOE Early Career award! This grant will fund the lab’s research on π–d conjugated molecules and materials.

  • Lab publishes first paper (5/12/2021)

    Congratulations to My Do for leading our lab’s first paper! She synthesized a beautiful series of anisotropic copper cages that we’re excited to continue exploring in the future. Check it out here:

  • Welcome Ryan! (4/12/2021)

    We are excited to welcome our new postdoc, Ryan Shafranek! He recently received his Ph.D. from the Nelson lab at the University of Washington. We are excited to have you join us!

  • Jack awarded NSF GRFP! (3/23/2021)

    Jack, a second year in the group, received an NSF graduate research fellowship! Congratulations!!

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