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Efficient, Highly Productive Hydrogen Production from Glucose

Start Date: September 2011

Investigators

James Swartz, Department of Chemical Engineering and Department of Bioengineering, Stanford University

Annual Reports

Publications
  • Lu F, Smith PR, Mehta K, Swartz JR. Development of synthetic pathway to convert glucose to hydrogen using cell free extracts". Int Journal Hydrogen Energy. 2015 (ACCEPTED)
  • Smith, P. R., A. S. Bingham, and J. R. Swartz. "Generation of hydrogen from NADPH using an [FeFe] hydrogenase." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37, no. 3 (2012): 2977-2983.
Updated July 2015
 

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