A paper entitled “A Discovery of Strong Metal–Support Bonding in Nanoengineered Au–Fe3O4 Dumbbell-like Nanoparticles by in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy” has been published in Nano Letters. The publication is a result of a collaborative effort between Michael Manto, Dr. Chao Wang, and colleagues at the Purdue Catalysis Center and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The project was funded by the interdisciplinary NSF Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future (DMREF) program. Key findings in this publication include the discovery of strong metal-support interactions and adhesion between gold and reduced iron oxide in Au-Fe3O4 heterodimer nanoparticles, yielding exciting insights into optimizing and improving catalysts. Congratulations, all!