Media about Center

25 May 2010

by GITZEL PUENTE. Research Matters, ASU Knowledge Enterprise Development online video featuring Professor Devens Gust and graduate students from his laboratory.

11 Mar 2010

by KATHARINE SANDERSON: 2010 March 11 issue of Nature magazine reviews state of the art of DNA nanotechnology. Among challenging developments the author discusses effort of BISFUel team led by Professor Hao Yan to design complex self-assembling nanostructures that could provide the scaffold to hold proteins in place. As part of a collaboration funded by the US Department of Energy at the university's Center for Bio-Inspired Solar Fuel Production, Hao Yan and co-workers have been looking to use DNA origami as the basis for an artificial leaf that makes hydrogen fuel from water.

1 Aug 2009

An article by Linn Savage in Photonics-Spectra (pages 34-37) featured on the journal cover

14 May 2009 features ASU Bisfuel Center, a newly established Energy Frontier Research Center. The ASU center, one of 46 such centers around the country, will pursue advanced scientific research on solar energy conversion based on the principles of photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert sunlight to energy.

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