• Description

    Description
    Bioelectrocatalysis Group focuses its research in the interface between biological entities showing redox catalytic properties and electrochemical transducers. Created by Professor Victor Fernandez and Currently leaded by Doctor Antonio López de Lacey significant advaces have been achieved in:
    • Characterization of Hydrogenases and resolution of their mechanism,
    • Develpment of electrochemical enzymatic biosensors,
    • Development of nanostructured electrodes for interface enhancement and
    • Electrodes enzyme and microbial biofuel cells
    OUR GROUP IS WILLING TO APPLY FOR DIFFERENT NATIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL CALLS TO ACHIEVE NEW INCORPORATIONS. Please send us an e-mail including motivation to join us and resume.

    Link to former webpage
  • Lines and research projects

    Research lines

      Energy


      Hydrogen production, purification and storage

      Catalytic synthesis of clean fuels

      Solar energy conversion

      Environment Protection


      Selective Synthesis


      Synthesis of chemicals from renewable sources

  • Case studies

    Casos interesantes
    At Bioelectrocatalysis Laboratory there are available the following instruments:

    • FTIR adapted for enzymatic spectroelectrochemisty.
    • Anaerobic globe chambers.
    • Mass spectrometer with quadrupole detector.
    • UV-Vis spectrophotometry.
    • Electrochemical QCM.
    • Electrochemical SPR.
    • Potentiostats/Galvanostats with Impedanze Spectroscopy.
    • HPLC.
  • Gallery

    Gallery
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