superhydrophobic nano-coatingsdrug and gene deliverynano-catalystshierarchical structuresorganic-inorganic hybrid compositesmesoporous silica
After receiving BSc degree at Nankai University in 2007, Xin Du joined functional nanomaterials laboratory in technical institute of physics and chemistry of the Chinese academy of sciences, focusing on the synthesis of mesoporous silica nanomaterials and organic-inorganic hybrid materials and their applications in antireflectiv and superwettable nanocoatings, drug delivery and nanocatalysts. After receiving PhD degree in July, 2012, Xin moved to University of Adelaide (Prof. Shi-Zhang Qiao) as a post doc from June 2012 to Aug. 2014, developing advanced drug and gene delivery nano-systems for nano-biomedicine. Then, he joined in School of chemistry and biological engineering, university of science and technology Beijing.
Hollow Carbon Nanospheres with Tunable Hierarchical Pores for Drug, Gene and Photothermal Synergistic Treatment
Novel yolk-shell polymer/carbon@Au nanocomposites by using dendrimer-like mesoporous silica nanoparticles as hard template
One-pot synthesis of redox-triggered biodegradable hybrid nanocapsules with a disulfide-bridged silsesquioxane framework for promising drug delivery
Picolinoyl functionalized MOF ligands for an air-promoted secondary alcohol oxidation with CuBr
Smart Design of Small Pd Nanoparticles Confined in Hollow Carbon Nanospheres with Center-Radial Large Mesopores