kimlab awarded NIH Trailblazer
kimlab was awarded Trailblazer R21 award from NIH NIBIB.
Tahmineh awarded Biomedical Fellowship
Tahmineh from kimLab was awarded a Biomedical Industry Fellowship supported by DRIVEN program of NIH NIGMS. Congrats, Tahmineh!
Melanin pigments extracted from horsehair as antibiotic agents
T R Eliato, J T Smith, Z Tian, E Kim, W Hwang, C P Andam, Y J Kim, Melanin pigments extracted from horsehair as antibiotic agents
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2021 9 1536
- Selected as Front Cover Article
Natural eumelanin and its derivatives as multifunctional materials for bioinspired applications
W Xie, E Pakdel, Y Liang, Y J Kim, D Liu, L Sun, X Wang, Natural eumelanin and its derivatives as multifunctional materials for bioinspired applications
Biomacromolecules 2019 20 4312
Removal of heavy metal ion in wastewater by dendritic nano-structured complex material
Y J Kim, J Choi, E Kim, Removal of heavy metal ion in wastewater by dendritic nano-structured complex material
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2019 19 1010
Mechanistic understanding of monovalent cation transport in eumelanin pigments
Z Tian, W Hwang, Y J Kim, Mechanistic understanding of monovalent cation transport in eumelanin pigments (Special Issue: Emerging Investigator)
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2019 7 6355
Biological fixed film
E Kim, Y.J. Kim, J. Choi, Biological fixed film
Water Environment Research 2017 89 1047
Front Cover of Tahmineh’s work
Tahmineh’s work was featured in the front cover of Journal of Materials Chemistry B. Congrats, Tahmineh!
Caroline, Karl, and Kendra joined kimlab.
Caroline, Karl, and Kendra (Chem Eng undergrads) has joined the kimlab. Welcome!!
U.S.-Korea Forum on Nanotechnology
Prof. Kim presented at the 15th U.S.-Korea Forum on Nanotechnology that was held in Korea on July 2018.