the fuel of the future
Gaseous Hydrogen is a promising candidate for replacing carbon-based fuels, since its utilization emits water vapor alone. While hydrogen utilization technologies are already available in mass production, gaseous hydrogen itself is a rare and expensive resource. Thus, producing hydrogen gas in a clean sustainable manner is an efficient solution for alleviating climate change.
photosynthesis is considered a promising blueprint for bio-hydrogen production. During this process, water molecules are broken down into protons and electrons by a gradual enzymatic process of oxidation, fueled by solar irradiance. These protons bear the potential of being re-synthesized into hydrogen gas. In nature, this reaction is catalyzed by hydrogenase, a special enzyme found in certain microalgae species.
we are interested in all aspects relating to Photosynthesis and hydrogen production in microalgae
Britannia Building, Room 603
School of plant sciences and food security
George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences
Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel
Tel: +972 3 6405152