We are pleased to be sponsoring the upcoming Biophotoelectrochemical Systems: Solar Energy Conversion and Fundamental Investigations workshop which will be held at the School of Divinity, St John’s College, Cambridge on 22 – 24th April.
This workshop will cover a range of topics, including:
- Latest developments in protein-film and biofilm photoelectrochemistry, semi-artificial photosynthesis, biophotovoltaics, biological production of solar fuels and chemicals
- New materials and characterisation tools for the above areas
- Insights into degradation pathways (photodegradation, reaction with reactive oxygen species, mediator toxicity…) and strategies to enhance stability
- Short-circuiting pathways at the bio-material interface (charge carrer recombination, redox cycling, non-natural electron transfer pathways…)
- Engineering challenges – using protein-film and biofilm electrodes for practical applications (electron transfer bottlenecks, the voltage/recombination dilemma, bioengineering challenges…)
You can find out more information, including a full list of confirmed speakers, over on the website.
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