11 August, 2020

Space invaders as MOFs act as liquids

Modified metal-organic frameworks that can behave as porous liquids offer new possibilities for gas separation technologies.

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09 August, 2020

Porous crystals harvest light

Drawing inspiration from photosynthesis, KAUST researchers have developed a new spin on metal organic frameworks (MOFs) that could help solar cells to gather more energy from the Sun.

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20 November, 2019

Prof. Mohamed Eddaoudi listed as Highly Cited Researcher 2019

We are very delighted and proud to announce that Professors Mohamed Eddaoudi from the Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Center at KAUST are listed as the world’s most-cited researchers for 2019.​​

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12 October, 2015

Prof. Eddaoudi - one of the most highly cited scientists in the world in 2015

Highly Cited Researchers 2015 represents some of world’s most influential scientific minds. About three thousand researchers earned this distinction by writing the greatest number of reports officially designated by Essential Science Indicators as Highly Cited Papers — ranking among the top 1% most cited for their subject field and year of publication, earning them the mark of exceptional impact.

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12 January, 2015

Publication in JACS

Quest for anionic MOF membranes: continuous sod-ZMOF membrane with CO2 adsorption-driven selectivity
B.A. Al-Maythalony, O. Shekhah, R. Swaidan, Y. Belmabkhout, I. Pinnau, and M. Eddaoudi
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 137 (5), pp 1754–1757, (2015)

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28 February, 2013

FMD3 website is now on-line

The Functional Materials Design Discovery and Development (FMD3) website is now online!

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22 August, 2013

Welcome to our new PhD students, Valeriya Chernikova and Ayalew H Assen

The FMD3 group is pleased to welcome two new PhD students, Valeriya Chernikova and Ayalew H Assen.

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19 February, 2013

FMD3 is now looking for qualified applicants

​FMD3 is now looking for qualified applicants to join our lab.

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02 March, 2013

FMD3/USF Carbon Capture Joint Breakthrough Published in Nature

Scientists from KAUST and the University of South Florida (USF) have discovered and developed a unique, efficient, inexpensive, and reusable metal-organic framework (MOF) material for carbon capture and separation that could lead to new clean-air and energy saving technologies.

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01 April, 2013

Dr. Karim Adil joins FMD3 group as research scientist!

The FMD3 research group is pleased to welcome Dr. Karim Adil as a new research scientist.

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