Liang Yue is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the laboratory of Professor Itamar Willner in the Institute of Chemistry at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He received his B.S. from Harbin Normal University, China (2009), and completed his Ph.D. research in the State Key Laboratory of Supramolecular Structure and Materials, in the Institute of Chemistry at Jilin University (2015).
His research interests focus on systems chemistry. Specifically, information encoded in nucleic acids were used to construct and reconfigure constitutional dynamic networks (CDNs) as artificial systems mimicking natural processes. The unique properties of nucleic-acid-based CDNs were applied to develop intercommunicating cascaded CDNs, intersubstitution of CDNs, three-dimensional CDNs with enhancing diversity, and the evolution of CDNs revealing adaptive and emergent functions.