• Supramolecular proteinaceous biofilms as trapping sponges for biologic water treatment and durable catalysis. Wu, X., Han, X., Lv, L., Li, M., You, J., & Li, C. (2018).Journal of colloid and interface science, 527, 117-123.
    Inspired by the bacter ial biofilms and chorions of living organisms which are made by proteinaceous assemblies and functional for multi-applications, various artificial protein fibrils-based nanoporous films are developed, and show their potential applications in multiple fields. Here, a simple and environmental fr......
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  • Liquid exfoliated chitin nanofibrils for re-dispersibility and hybridization of two-dimensional nanomaterials. You, J., Zhu, L., Wang, Z., Zong, L., Li, M., Wu, X., & Li, C. (2018). Chemical Engineering Journal, 344, 498-505.
    With well-defined molecular architectures and geometries, natural fibrous nanostructures possess super physicochemical and biologic properties, allowing performing a variety of specific functions in living systems and also serving as building blocks in material science. Endeavor has been made to extract biologic nan......
  • Intensifying solar-thermal harvest of low-dimension biologic nanostructures for electric power and solar desalination. Zong, L., Li, M., & Li, C. (2018). Nano energy, 50, 308-315.
    High-efficiency solar harvest and solar-thermal conversion have been targeted in modern sustainable energy science for diverse potential applications. However, broad applications with inorganic nanomaterials as solarnanoheaters have suffered from low conversion efficiency, potential noxiousness and complicated synth......