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  1. Wallace gets Beam Time!

    Dr Wallace Wong and Dr Wojciech Pisula (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz) have been allocated SAXS/WAXS beamtime at the Australian Synchrotron in the 2011/3 merit-based …


  2. Welcome Prof. Sung-Hyuk Kim and Mr Kyoung Hwan Shin

    Prof. Sung-Hyun Kim (Kyounghee University, Korea) and Kyoung Hwan Shin (Seoul National University, Korea) have joined our group for collaboration research with Dr Tae-Hyuk Kwon from …


  3. New Journal of Chemistry Paper for Photovoltaic Performance of Iridium Complexes

    A paper studying the “Effects of main ligands on organic photovoltaic performance of iridium complexes” has been released in the New Journal of Chemistry presents (New J …


  4. Andrew Holmes Awarded Newton Abraham Visiting Professorship, University of Oxford

    Professor Andrew Holmes, University Laureate Professor, School of Chemistry and Bio21 Institute, Melbourne; CSIRO Fellow; Distinguished Research Fellow, Imperial College, London; Fellow, Clare College, Cambridge and …


  5. $3.5M Grant to Organic Solar Cells Project

    Minister for Energy and Resources Michael O’Brien and his Commonwealth counterpart Martin Ferguson announced the new round of funding for the Organic Solar Cells Project from …


  6. NPG Asia Materials, Solar Cells: Dye Meet Their Match

    Nature Chemistry paper (Nat. Chem 2011, 03, 211) was recently selected for highlighting in NPG Asia Materials website (16th May 2011), a new online journal that highlights the best …


  7. Printing Solar Cells: A Manufacturing Propositions for Victoria funded by SERD 2 and ASI

    A consortium led by Andrew Holmes, David Jones and Ken Ghiggino from Chemistry has been awarded $1.76M as a SERD 2 project by the Victorian Government …


  8. Chemistry Small Grants Scheme

    Congratulations to both Tae-Hyuk Kwon and Wallace Wong who will receive funding for 2011.


  9. Solar power on a hot tin roof

    VICOSC’s solar cell work continues to be profiled in the media. See Interview with David Jones in the recent issue of COSMOS Online.


  10. JOC Paper for Tae-Hyuk!

    As one of products of the Victorian Organic Solar Cell Consortium (VICOSC), Dr Tae-Hyuk Kwon has developed some very promising organic dyes, based on Dithienothiophene, for …


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