Welcome to the Beyeh Group home page. We mainly focus on structural, synthetic, supramolecular chemistry, and (bio)material science. We are particularly interested in utilizing weak interactions in the construction of complex systems and their potential practical applications in material science and biotechnology. Current research focus includes (i) receptor-substrate ensembles in aqueous environments, (ii) halogen bonding in supramolecular and macromolecular systems, and (iii) receptor chemistry in bio-based systems and materials science. All projects sit at the interface of chemistry, polymer science, materials science, and biology. Please visit the Research Page of this web site for more information on what we do.
MSc. Kwaku Twum joins the Beyeh Lab as a graduate student. Welcome Kwaku
Dr Beyeh joins the department of chemistry at Oakland University as an assistant professor
Dr Beyeh’s paper “Crystalline Cyclophane–Protein Cage Frameworks” has been accepted by ACS Nano (link).
Dr Beyeh’s paper “A supramolecular host–guest complex for heparin binding and sensing” has been accepted by Nanoscale (link).
Dr Beyeh’s paper “Host–guest complexes of conformationally flexible C-hexyl-2-bromoresorcinarene and aromatic N-oxides: solid-state, solution and computational studies” has been accepted by Beilstein J. Org. Chem. (link).