The grand canyon, a professor at the university of cyanobacteria hydrogen production
Issuing time:2021-08-18 16:37
Foreign web site reported: the grand canyon university science and technology college of engineering, a biology professor at Galyna Kufryk as a visiting scholar to the Pasteur institute in Paris to study the possibility of a bacteria for hydrogen production.
At the Pasteur institute, founded in 1887, is the world's oldest research of microbiology and virology research institutions, also found in these areas there are a lot of emphasis, and 10 Nobel Prize in physiology was born here. In addition, here also collect a variety of microorganisms, which contains Kufryk professor the cyanobacteria for study.
Cyanobacteria is one of the oldest known s bacteria - about 3.5 billion years. They absorb sunlight use carbon dioxide and water production of organic matter. In the process, they also can release oxygen, they can also produce hydrogen fuel, etc. Professor Kufryk will study process of cyanobacteria cells absorb sunlight and convert the bacteria to ultimately produce fuel is the key of the research. In addition, professor Kufryk will study the different mechanism of the different strains producing hydrogen.