Nisansala passes her PhD defense with flying colours!
Ludwig joins us from Germany for his PhD in the world of MUF (Massey University Framework) chemistry.
Victoria-Jayne finished up her coursework in style and embarks on the research component of her MSc.
Another successful PhD defense - this time it's Subo's turn!
Farewell to the freshly-minted Dr Joel Cornelio. Exciting next steps await.
We welcome Jose to the lab as a postdoctoral fellow. MOFs will meet organic materials under his expert eye.
MUF-16 captures carbon dioxide with record selectivity over hydrocarbon gases including acetylene, as Omid shows here. It's also recyclable and easily made - ideal qualities for a practical carbon-capture material.
Shane was on NewsHub discussing a recent paper on the conversion of CO2 to jet fuel.
David's PhD journey reaches the pinnacle of a successful thesis defense - nice!
Adil leads a beautiful study on the thermal elimination of ethylene from cyclobutyl rings in MOFs in Chem. European Journal.
Check out Ben's super paper on MUF-15 membranes . Ben brought along the membrane expertise (and built the hardware) to make this research possible.
Omid's work on MUF-15 is highlighted by the NovoMOF blog .
Yiming joins the team as a PhD student sponsored by Massey and the CSC. It's membrane time...
Have a listen to our recent radio interview. This arose from a CO2 capture exhibit at Te Papa, the NZ national museum, which has showcased our research to thousands of visitors.
The MOF2018 conference was a stunning success! Our group helped to host 630 international scientists in NZ for the week. Read more about the event here , and listen to a radio interview with one of our high-profile delegates here along with a beautiful image gallery .