Publication of CEC-Scientists in JOULE

Article in the first issue of the new magazine

Chemistry meets biology: synthetic inorgan-ic complexes can be incorporated into hydro-genases to make active hydrogen producing semisynthetic enzymes. © MPI CEC

Cell Press has just released the first issue of JOULE, a new journal dedicated to sustainable energy research.

In this issue James Birrell, Olaf Rüdiger, Edward Reijerse and Wolfgang Lubitz, from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, summarize the development of artificial maturation of hydrogenases and how this invention has opened up new avenues in the study of these enzymes, and describe the impact of these findings on energy research in the future (1).

More information on the article about artificial enzymes for hydrogen conversion can be found in the press release.

The full article can be read on the magazines website.