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September 26, 2022
Terpenes are an ideal class of molecules for turning microorganisms and plants into factories for producing designer fuels with desirable properties: they have an enormous...
August 26, 2022
Aurora presented on “Sooting tendencies of phenolic hydrocarbons from lignin conversion and upgrading” (available at https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.20752735.v1).  ...
August 15, 2022
Peter (Junqing) successfully defended his thesis on Monday.  His title is “Sooting Tendencies and Soot Formation Pathways of Alternative Fuels and Compounds”.  Peter will...
August 1, 2022
Ammonia is a carbon-free fuel that can be liquified much more easily than hydrogen.  In earlier work we showed that ammonia dramatically suppresses soot formation when it is...
July 29, 2022
We want to express our appreciation to the two undergraduates who have interned in our group this summer.  Piper Barnard (Silliman ’25) worked with Aurora under a STARS...
May 23, 2022
Monday was graduation and we want to recognize all of the Yale College students from our group who received degrees:  Michael Adeyi, Amma Kankam, Lance Tan, and Emily Yin.  ...
April 29, 2022
X-ray techniques are widely used to study solid materials, but have rarely been used for gas-phase reacting flows where the densities are ~10,000 times lower.  However, in a...

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