Xuan Grace Wang, Sajid Bashir and Jingbo Louise Liu on “Nanochemistry”
Nanomaterials are turning sci-fi into reality and offer promising avenues for a wide range of applications in science and industry. We met with the book editors of “Nanochemistry” to talk about the tiny particles with great potential.
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Nanomaterials are an emerging technology increasingly portrayed in science fiction. But what are these mysterious materials in reality about? How are they made? And what are they used for? To answer these questions and more we invited co-editors Prof. Xuan Grace Wang, Prof. Sajid Bashir, and Prof. Jingbo Louise Liu to chat about their new book, “Nanochemistry: From Theory to Application for In-Depth Understanding of Nanomaterials”, with De Gruyter Acquisitions Editor Dr. Christene Smith.
Xuan Grace Wang is an Instructional Assistant Professor at Texas A&M Higher Education at McAllen, where she holds appointments in the College of Science. Currently, she devotes her efforts to leadership roles such as chairing the South Texas Local Chapter of the American Chemical Society.
Sajid Bashir is a Full Professor at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and the American Chemical Society, Energy and Fuels Division Technical Secretary. Moreover, he collaborates with local law enforcement as a consultant in forensic chemistry.
Jingbo Louise Liu is a Full Professor at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Director of the Center of Teaching Effectiveness. She is also affiliated with the Texas A&M Energy Institute and Councilor of the Energy and Fuels Division in ACS. Among many other awards, she received the 2021 Women in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Award by IUPAC.
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