Inorganic Chemistry of Materials and Bio-Inorganic Catalysis

Metals is an important component for biological systems. As catalytic or structural cofactors, metal ions are critical to the function of up to an estimated one-third of all enzymes. Additionally, metals play diverse roles in biology. Not only do they operate in important biosynthetic pathways generating metabolic products, but also function as environmental toxins. Elucidating the important roles of metals in biological systems requires a multi-disciplinary approach at the interface of chemistry and biology. Bioinorganic Chemistry includes the study of both natural phenomena such as the behavior of metalloproteins as well as artificially introduced metals, including those that are non-essential, in medicine and toxicology. The discipline also includes the study of inorganic models or mimics that imitate the behavior of metalloproteins. 

  • Metals in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
  • New Aspects in Transition Metal Catalysis
  • Novel Metal Catalysts and Catalytic Reactions
  • Crystallographic aspects of materials
  • Metal Complexes in Energy and Environment
  • Nano-sciences of metal and metal complexes
  • Molecular Catalysis for Water Oxidation and Reduction
  • Synthetic inorganic chemistry
  • Inorganic polymer
  • Applied inorganic chemistry
  • Metal Complexes in Homogeneous Catalysis

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