“Switchable Surface Hydrophobicity-Hydrophilicity of a Metal-Organic Framework.”
“Electrochemical and photophysical properties of carborane and metallacarborane derivatives.”
“Metallacarboranes as tunable redox potential electrochemical indicators for screening of gene mutation.”
“Photoluminescence in Carborane-Stilbene Triads: A Structural, Spectroscopic, and Computational Study.”
“Highly Dispersible and Stable Anionic Boron Cluster-Graphene Oxide Nanohybrids.”
“Icosahedral boron clusters: a perfect tool for the enhancement of polymer features.”
“Redox-Active Metallacarborane-Decorated Octasilsesquioxanes. Electrochemical and Thermal Properties.”
“Synthesis, Characterization, and Thermal Behavior of Carboranyl–Styrene Decorated Octasilsesquioxanes: Influence of the Carborane Clusters on Photoluminescence”
A highly radiopaque vertebroplasty cement using tetraiodinated o-carborane additive.
A Theta-Shaped Amphiphilic Cobaltabisdicarbollide Anion: Transition From Monolayer Vesicles to Micelles†
Relaxed but Highly Compact Diansa Metallacyclophanes

The focus of our scientific activity is in the chemistry of boron clusters. Its geometric forms and the fact that they are made of a semi-metal, Boron, give them unique properties largely unexplored. Today, the chemistry of boron clusters, has achieved a sufficient degree of maturity that has led to new clusters.

However, much emphasis has been given on finding new structures rather than on improving protocols of syntheses, the latter a necessary step in order to study their applications. So much emphasis has been given on generating new clusters that substitution reactions are in many cases in their infancy; for example, in generating bonds like B-C, B-P, or B-N, among others.