Research in the Amin lab focuses on how marine microbes interact with each other and with their environment. To study these interactions in a complex environmental setting, a wide variety of chemical and biological techniques are utilized including metabolomics, genomics, natural product characterization, and coordination chemistry.
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The Baias Lab at NYUAD is focused on developing methods for high-pressure NMR crystallography with the aim of characterizing polymorphism in complex crystalline materials when subjected to high pressure conditions.
The research in the Naumov group is at the borderline of solid-state chemistry, structural chemistry and photochemistry, focusing on structural aspects of novel materials for efficient conversion of light, chemical, thermal and mechanical energy in the solid state.
Advances in supramolecular chemistry (chemistry of weak interactions) have allowed the Trabolsi Research Group to engineer several functional materials with numerous distinct function related components integrated in one system.