VELUX Stiftung supports Empa research Solar hydrogen thanks to artificial photosynthesis

VELUX Stiftung supports Empa research: Solar hydrogen thanks to artificial photosynthesis.

Read below our Publication in "Current Protein and Peptide Science", an Open Access paper with kind support from the COST Action TD1102 "PHOTOTECH" Photosynthetic proteins for technological applications: biosensors and biochips

Light Harvesting Proteins for Solar Fuel Generation in Bioengineered Photoelectrochemical Cells.

Read below the position paper about Artificial Photosynthesis in Europe and the AMPEA EERA-NET Platform in "Green", a Free Access paper by De Gruyter's Green 2013; 3(1): 43-57.

Artificial Photosynthesis for Solar Fuels - an Evolving Research Field within AMPEA, a Joint Programme of the European Energy Research Alliance

Read Solar Cells and Artificial Photosynthesis in issue no. 254 in "form", a Germany based design magazine

Farbstoffsolarzellen und kuenstliche Fotosynthese

A Solar Water Splitting Device