Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy: A Workshop Summary to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable Chemical Sciences Roundtable, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council, Sandi Schwartz
The National Academies Press, Washington, USA, 2008. – 68 p. – ISBN: 030911487XFaced with the steady rise in energy costs, dwindling fossil fuel supplies, and the need to maintain a healthy environment - exploration of alternative energy sources is essential for meeting energy needs. Biological systems employ a variety of efficient ways to collect, store, use, and produce energy. By understanding the basic processes of biological models, scientists may be able to create systems that mimic biomolecules and produce energy in an efficient and cost effective manner. On May 14-15, 2007 a group of chemists, chemical engineers, and others from academia, government, and industry participated in a workshop sponsored by the Chemical Sciences Roundtable to explore how bioinspired chemistry can help solve some of the important energy issues the world faces today. The workshop featured presentations and discussions on the current energy challenges and how to address them, with emphasis on both the fundamental aspects and the robust implementation of bioinspired chemistry for energy. Contents Overview—The Role of Bioinspired Chemistry in Improving Alternative Energy Technologies Government, Industry, and Academic Perspectives on Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Fundamental Aspects of Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Robust Implementation of Bioinspired Chemistry for Energy Partnerships and Integration Research Challenges, Education, and Training Appendixes Workshop Agenda Biographies Poster Abstracts Workshop Attendees
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