Bing is a well-trained physical chemist with broad expertise in the field of advanced spectroscopic techniques, as well as material sciences. He have implemented a wide range of analytical methods in my research to understand the correlation between the microscopic chemical structure and macroscopic physico-chemical properties of advanced organic and inorganic materials.
The researches he has carried out mainly focused on two directions: (i) developing sustainable chemical engineering materials (e.g. hydrogel, electrodes) and (ii) developing advanced analytical methodologies/ instruments (e.g. NMR, SAXS) to improve their sensitivity and applicability.
Exploring the interactions of iron and zinc with the microtubule binding repeats R1 and R4, S Ahmadi, B Wu, R Song, S Zhu, A Simpson, DJ Wilson, H-B Kraatz, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 205, 110987, 2020.
Direct Conversion of McDonald’s Waste Cooking Oil into a Biodegradable High-Resolution 3D-Printing Resin, B Wu, A Sufi, RG Biswas, A Hisatsune, V Moxley-Paquette, P Ning, R Soong, AP Dicks, AJ Simpson, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 8, 1171-1177, 2020.
Understanding the Fate of Environmental Chemicals Inside Living Organisms: NMR-Based 13C Isotopic Suppression Selects Only the Molecule of Interest within 13C-Enriched Organisms, D Lane, YL Mobarhan, R Soong, P Ning, W Bermel, MT Anaraki, B Wu, H Heumann, M Gundy, H Boenisch, T-Y Jeong, V Kovacevic, MJ Simpson, AJ Simpson, Analytical Chemistry, 91, 15000-15008, 2019.
Facile Approach for Synthesizing High-Performance MnO/C Electrodes from Rice Husk, D Zhan, W Luo, H-B Kraatz, M Fehse, Y Li, Z Xiao, DF Brougham, AJ Simpson, B Wu, ACS Omega, 4, 18908-18917, 2019.