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Catalysis - The Nature’s Way
Enzymes are nature’s catalysts. They are biomolecules that help facilitate chemical reactions so that they can occur under mild conditions. At PNNL we study enzymes in order to understand the functional principles they use to regulate the chemical reactions. This knowledge allows us to transfer some of these principles to synthetic catalysts that are more efficient, cheaper and cleaner and can be used in industrial processes. In this presentation, I will give an overview of a few enzymes that are relevant to chemical transformation for energy applications and present some the findings that have revealed some of their unique properties.

Apr 27, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Bojana Ginovska
PNNL Computational Scientist
Bojana Ginovska is a staff scientist in the Catalysis Science group at PNNL. She uses computational chemistry tools and high performance computers to study catalytic processes in enzymes and molecular catalysis for energy technologies. She has a Master’s Degree in Scientific Computing from WSU and has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles.