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Meeting the Global Energy Challenge: What Can we Learn From Nature?
This October, world experts in solar energy, chemistry, biology, and physics are gathering at U of T to explore the question: What can plants teach humans about utilizing solar energy?
I write to offer all Chemistry Alumni free tickets to a special, accessible public lecture by guest speaker Professor Sir Richard Friend of Cambridge University, who is world-renowned for his pioneering work in organic-LED (OLED) technology, the co-founder of Cambridge Display Technology and Plastic Logic and one of the most celebrated and cited scientists in the world. Sir Richard Friend's talk is called "Meeting the Global Energy Challenge: What Can we Learn From Nature?"
Time: Wednesday October 8 at 8 PM
Place: Koerner Hall, the Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor Street West
Cost: FREE to University of Toronto Chemistry alumni who register by SEPTEMBER 28
(and $10 otherwise). To register, please send an e-mail to email@example.com that includes your name, year of graduation, and number of tickets requested.
Tickets are limited, so please be in touch soon! We look forward to seeing you in October!”
Dr. Svetlana Mikhaylichenko receives this year’s UofT - Scarborough Teaching Excellence Award
Dr. Svetlana Mikhaylichenko is the recipient for this year’s University of Toronto Scarborough Teaching Excellence Award. This Award was established by UTSC Council, the UTSC Alumni Association and the UTSC Scarborough College Students' Union (SCSU) to recognize excellence in teaching. Congratulations Lana!
Professor Molly Shoichet Appointed Senior Advisor on Science and Engineering Engagement
In this role Professor Shoichet will build partnerships and implement strategies to promote the University of Toronto’s remarkable strengths in science and engineering research. She will seek out innovative opportunities for engagement among U of T scientists, external organizations, and the public, and she will work closely with colleagues and the community to demonstrate the impact that U of T researchers are having on many facets of life, including key determinants of our future—health, environment, and energy, among others. Professor Molly Shoichet holds the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Tissue Engineering and is Professor of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chemistry, and Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering... more
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The cover picture illustrates the performance of Nb3O7(OH), a new hydrogen evolution catalyst: Under solar illumination photo-generated holes are scavenged by methanol while the reduction of protons to hydrogen is kinetically hindered. Thus the electrons remain in the conduction band and/or trap states turning the photocatalyst deep blue. The deposition of metal particles on the surface introduces a new reaction side, which now is able to overcome the kinetic barrier. Subsequently hydrogen is formed and no photochromic process is observed.
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