Old Yellow Enzymes have been known for almost 100 years, but their function in organisms has remained largely in the dark. A Bochum-based research team published first findings on microalgae.
A genetic modification can make enzymes that produce hydrogen more stable.
Bochum biology intensifies German-Japanese cooperation for the production of literally green hydrogen.
We are pleased that Anja Hemschemeier and Thomas Happe´s article "Metalloprotein Mimics - Old Tools in a New Light" has been published in the journal Trends in Biotechnology.