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14/11/2020, we officially publish our logo to celebrate the 4th anniversary of our lab (LMEN). The logo was designed by our MMedSc student, Mr. Yifan Wang.

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02/11/2020, our Advanced Healthcare Materials paper is highlighted on Materials Views China. https://www.materialsviewschina.com/2020/11/50159/

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28/09/2020, our paper entitled “A Red Light‐Triggered Drug Release System Based on One‐Photon Upconversion‐Like Photolysis” was published online by Advanced Healthcare Materials. Dr. Wen Lv is the 1st author. Congratulations!

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01/09/2020, Shuting Xu from Fudan University and Yuwei Liu from Sichuan University join the group as Ph.D students. Welcome!

04/08/2020, Sukriti Mathur from the University of Hong Kong joins the group as a student research assistant. Welcome!

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29/07/2020, Zhang Yichi from Wuhan University joins the group as a student research assistant. Welcome!

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20/07/2020, our latest invited review on the self-assembly of trigonal building blocks was published on Journal of Materials Chemistry B, which is included in the Emerging Investigator Theme Collection. Congratulations!

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30/06/2020, Dr. Wang received an ~1 million HKD of the Early Career Scheme (ECS) grant from Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong. RGC funding is one of the major research funding schemes in Hong Kong.

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08/06/2020, Sun Jieran from the University of Hong Kong joined the group as a student research assistant. Welcome!

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20/05/2020, our latest review on Long-wavelength Light-excitable Photolysis was published in Synlett as a Synpacts paper. Thanks to Prof. Peter Vollhardt for the kind invitation.

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24/04/2020, our second US provisional patent entitled "A Controlled Drug Release System of Photoresponsive Nanocarriers, Methods of Making and Using Thereof" was filled today.

LMEN Zoom meeting

06/04/2020, we had our first group meeting on Zoom. It is a great platform. Our prospective lab members also can join the meeting. Happy Zooming!

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23/03/2020, Dr. Wang received an ~1.4 million HKD of the Health and Medical Research Fund (HMRF) grant to support his work on Photo-targeted Nanocarriers for Cancer Therapy. HMRF is one of the major research funding schemes in Hong Kong and administered by the Food and Health Bureau of Hong Kong.