Hydrogen is an almost ideal fuel and its wider use will result in an improvement in the environment due to factors including decreased air pollution. Hydrogen is the element of greatest abundance in the universe; however, its production from renewable resources remains a major challenge. The papers presented within this volume enhance and expand upon presentations made at the "Workshop on Biohydrogen 2002". Biohydrogen III evaluates the current status of Biohydrogen research worldwide and consider future research directions.
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Present Status and Future Development, Fundamentals and Limiting Processes of Biological Hydrogen Production; Bio Molecular Device The Isolation of Green Algal Strains with Outstanding H2-Productivity, Identification of a CIS-Acting Element Controlling Anaerobic Expression of the hydA Gene from Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii, Glycolipid Liquid Crystals as Novel Matrices for Membrane Protein Manipulations, Artificial Phytanyl-Chained Glycolipid Vesicle Membranes with Low Proton Permeability a Suitable for Proton Pump Reconstitution Matrices, Amphipols: Strategies for an Improved PS2 Environment in Detergent-Free Aqueous Solution, Monolayers and Longmuir-Blodgett Films of Photosystem I on Various Subphase Surfaces, Modular Device for Hydrogen Production: Optimization of (Individual) Components
Yasuo Igarashi University of Tokyo, Japan.
Yasuo Asada Nihon University College of Science and Technology, Japan.