13 June, 2021

Prof. Niveen Khashab has become a Full Professor of Chemical Science and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry

We are thrilled to congratulate, Prof. Niveen Khashab with promotion to full Professor of Chemical Science at PSE Division. Prof. Khashab has also been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. All members of our laboratory wish Professor many more wonderful achievements ahead!

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24 January, 2021

Our alumna Shahad Alsairi, PhD recognized by the MIT Technology Review as one of 10 under-35 innovators from the MENA region.

Our alumna Shahad Alsairi, PhD recognized by the MIT Technology Review as one of 10 under-35 innovators from the MENA region "producing technical work that promises to change the world". Congratulations, Shahad!

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11 January, 2021

Showcasing research from Professor Khashab’s laboratory

Coordination-based self-assembled capsules (SACs) for protein, CRISPR–Cas9, DNA and RNA delivery. Chemical Science, 2021

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30 November, 2020

Thinking outside the cage

A reverse form of host-guest chemistry could upend the way the chemical industry approaches challenging, energy-intensive molecular separations.

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31 July, 2020

Our new JACS cover

From capsule to helix: guest-induced superstructures of chiral macrocycle crystals. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020

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14 April, 2020

Top downloaded paper 2018-2019

Professor Niveen Khashab's paper had been recognized as one of the most read on Advanced Therapeutics Journal.

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30 March, 2020

A chemical embrace from the perfect host

A molecule with a hollow center proves ideal for separating a common industrial chemical mixture

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30 March, 2020

Our new paper in Chem

Shape-Induced Selective Separation of Ortho-substituted Benzene Isomers Enabled by Cucurbit[7]uril Host Macrocycles; Chem, March 30, 2020

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18 November, 2019

Stabilizing ligands make nanoclusters brighter

Large cylindrical ligands increase stability and enhance light emission of silver nanoclusters

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24 October, 2019

Professor Mitsuhiko Shionoya visited our group

Professor Mitsuhiko Shionoya from University of Tokyo visited our group.

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24 October, 2019

Professor Nabeshima Tatsuya visited our group

Professor Nabeshima Tatsuya from University of Tsukuba visited our group.

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17 October, 2019

Professor Partha Sarathi Mukherjee visited our group

Professor Partha Sarathi Mukherjee from Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Dept., Indian Institute of Science visited our group.

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28 August, 2019

Our new paper in Angewandte Chemie

​M. Muhammed, L. Cruz, A.‐H. Emwas, A. El-Zohry, B. Moosa, O. Mohammed, N.M. Khashab. Pillar[5]arene Stabilized Silver Nanoclusters: Immense Stability and Luminescence Enhancement Induced by Host-Guest Interactions. Angewandte Chemie, Accepted Article, 2019

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24 July, 2019

Our work has been featured in 2019 JACS Young Investigators Virtual Issue

​Our paper "Trianglamine-based supramolecular organic framework with permanent intrinsic porosity and tunable selectivity" has been featured in 2019 JACS Young Investigators Virtual Issue

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01 May, 2019

Our work was highlighted as one of the best in 10 years in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!

​Our work was highlighted as one of the best in 10 years in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!
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06 December, 2018

New work on mesoporus MOF as a nanoractor is published

L. Zhang, W. Baslyman, P. Yang, N.M. Khashab. Customized mesoporous metal organic frameworks engender stable enzymatic nanoreactors. Chemical Communications 55 (5), 620-623, 2019

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08 October, 2018

A new work on Supramolecular organic framework is just accepted in JACs

Chaix, Arnaud; Mouchaham, Georges; Shkurenko, Aleksander; Hoang, Phuong​; Moosa, Basem; Bhatt, Prashant M.; Adil, Karim; Salama, Khaled N.; Eddaoudi, Mohamed; Khashab, Niveen M. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2018), 140, 14571−14575.

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