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Grzybowski, Bartosz A. (GrzybowskiBartosz Andrzej)

Department
School of Natural Science(자연과학부)
Research Interests
Nano science, Nanomaterials, Programmable Reactions, Chemical Networks, Cellular Dynamics
Lab
School of Natural Science
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2020-04Targeted crystallization of mixed-charge nanoparticles in lysosomes induces selective death of cancer cellsBorkowska, Magdalena; Siek, Marta; Kolygina, Diana V., et alARTICLE18 Targeted crystallization of mixed-charge nanoparticles in lysosomes induces selective death of cancer cells
2020-01Synergy Between Expert and Machine-Learning Approaches Allows for Improved Retrosynthetic PlanningBadowski, Tomasz; Gajewska, Ewa P.; Molga, Karol, et alARTICLE448 Synergy Between Expert and Machine-Learning Approaches Allows for Improved Retrosynthetic Planning
2020-01Additive Contact Polarization of Nonferroelectric Polymers for Patterning of Multilevel Memory ElementsAdamkiewicz, Witold; Siek, Marta M.; Mazur, Tomasz W., et alARTICLE58 Additive Contact Polarization of Nonferroelectric Polymers for Patterning of Multilevel Memory Elements
2020-01Algorithmic Discovery of Tactical Combinations for Advanced Organic SynthesesGajewska, Ewa P.; Szymkuc, Sara; Dittwald, Piotr, et alARTICLE54 Algorithmic Discovery of Tactical Combinations for Advanced Organic Syntheses
2019-11Charged Metal Nanoparticles for Chemoelectronic CircuitsZhao, Xing; Guo, Jiahui; Xiao, Tao, et alARTICLE86 Charged Metal Nanoparticles for Chemoelectronic Circuits
2019-11Stretchable and Reactive Membranes of Metal–Organic Framework Nanosurfactants on Liquid Droplets Enable Dynamic Control of Self‐Propulsion, Cargo Pick‐Up, and Drop‐OffWei, Jingjing; Yang, Zhijie; Sobolev, Yaroslav I., et alARTICLE72 Stretchable and Reactive Membranes of Metal–Organic Framework Nanosurfactants on Liquid Droplets Enable Dynamic Control of Self‐Propulsion, Cargo Pick‐Up, and Drop‐Off
2019-11STEM materials: a new frontier for an intelligent sustainable worldMoretti, Pier F.; Grzybowski, Bartosz A.; Basios, Vasileios, et alARTICLE78 STEM materials: a new frontier for an intelligent sustainable world
2019-11Efficient and Long-Lasting Current Rectification by Laminated Yet Separated, Oppositely Charged MonolayersLi, Mengyao; Tu, Bin; Cui, Bin, et alARTICLE74 Efficient and Long-Lasting Current Rectification by Laminated Yet Separated, Oppositely Charged Monolayers
2019-10Computational design of syntheses leading to compound libraries or isotopically labelled targetsMolga, Karol; Dittwald, Piotr; Grzybowski, Bartosz A.ARTICLE179 Computational design of syntheses leading to compound libraries or isotopically labelled targets
2019-10Rapid and Accurate Prediction of pK(a) Values of C-H Acids Using Graph Convolutional Neural NetworksRoszak, Rafal; Beker, Wiktor; Molga, Karol, et alARTICLE61 Rapid and Accurate Prediction of pK(a) Values of C-H Acids Using Graph Convolutional Neural Networks
2019-09The logic of translating chemical knowledge into machine-processable forms: A modern playground for physical-organic chemistryMolga, Karol; Gajewska, Ewa P.; Szymkuć, Sara, et alARTICLE129 The logic of translating chemical knowledge into machine-processable forms: A modern playground for physical-organic chemistry
2019-08Dynamic Assembly of Small Parts in Vortex-Vortex Traps Established within a Rotating FluidLee, Taehoon; Sobolev, Yaroslav, I; Cybulski, Olgierd, et alARTICLE148 Dynamic Assembly of Small Parts in Vortex-Vortex Traps Established within a Rotating Fluid
2019-05Selection of cost-effective yet chemically diverse pathways from the networks of computer-generated retrosynthetic plansBadowski, Tomasz; Molga, Karol; Grzybowski, Bartosz A.ARTICLE134 Selection of cost-effective yet chemically diverse pathways from the networks of computer-generated retrosynthetic plans
2019-05Immature dendritic cells navigate microscopic mazes to find tumor cellsUm, Eujin; Oh, Jung Min; Park, Juhee, et alARTICLE78 Immature dendritic cells navigate microscopic mazes to find tumor cells
2019-05Nanostructured Rhenium–Carbon Composites as Hydrogen-Evolving Catalysts Effective over the Entire pH RangeKim, Minju; Yang, Zhijie; Park, Jun Heuk, et alARTICLE75 Nanostructured Rhenium–Carbon Composites as Hydrogen-Evolving Catalysts Effective over the Entire pH Range
2019-04Oscillating droplet trains in microfluidic networks and their suppression in blood flowCybulski, O.; Garstecki, P.; Grzybowski, Bartosz A.ARTICLE173 Oscillating droplet trains in microfluidic networks and their suppression in blood flow
2019-03Propagation of Oscillating Chemical Signals through Reaction NetworksRoszak, Rafal; Bajczyk, Michal D.; Gajewska, Ewa P., et alARTICLE331 Propagation of Oscillating Chemical Signals through Reaction Networks
2019-03Prediction of Major Regio‐, Site‐, and Diastereoisomers in Diels–Alder Reactions by Using Machine‐Learning: The Importance of Physically Meaningful DescriptorsBeker, Wiktor; Gajewska, Ewa P.; Badowski, Tomasz, et alARTICLE297 Prediction of Major Regio‐, Site‐, and Diastereoisomers in Diels–Alder Reactions by Using Machine‐Learning: The Importance of Physically Meaningful Descriptors
2019-03Uniform and directional growth of centimeter-sized single crystals of cyclodextrin-based metal organic frameworksKim, Namhun; Park, Jun Heuk; Paczesny, Jan, et alARTICLE201 Uniform and directional growth of centimeter-sized single crystals of cyclodextrin-based metal organic frameworks
2019-03Automatic mapping of atoms across both simple and complex chemical reactionsJaworski, Wojciech; Szymkuc, Sara; Mikulak-Klucznik, Barbara, et alARTICLE199 Automatic mapping of atoms across both simple and complex chemical reactions

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