Members of Petra Fromme's Lab are working on design of artificial peptide-based water oxidation catalyst based on design of natural photosynthetic oxygen evolving complex
Labs of Hao Yan and Yan Liu are introducing the artificial peptide based catalyst to the biofuel cell electrode via structural DNA framework
On average Bisfuel Center appoints 17 graduate students, 9 postdoctoral fellows and 3-4 researchers working on EFRC projects.
On September 28-30, 2012, the Bisfuel Center had a retreat at Camp Tontozona. A picturesque location on the slopes of the Mogollon Rim, cool weather, relaxed atmosphere of the brainstorming scientific sessions and plenty of time for sport activities, hiking, boating and campfire have made this retreat a success.
Don Seo's Lab is developing a high surface area electrode that could bind the water oxidation catalyst and hydrogen producing catalyst while maintaining transparency, high electrical conductivity, specifically-tuned semiconductor properties, chemical inertness, and physical robustness
(from left to right): Kim Rendek, Antaeres' Antoniuk-Pablant, Michael Vaughn and Ben Sherman at the 2012 ASU-UA student conference on Renewable Energy
Devens Gust presented a lecture on Artificial Photosynthesis for high school students, members of AZ Science Circle Seminar on April 9, 2013, in Biodesign Auditorium.
Center for Bio-Inspired Solar Fuel Production 
Arizona State University, Room ISTB-5 101, Box 871604, Tempe, AZ 85287-1604 
phone: (480) 965-1548 | fax: (480) 965-5927 | Contact Us