Res Chem Intermed (2016) 42:7675–7677 DOI 10.1007/s11164-016-2662-0 1 2 Yutaka Amao Jun Miyake Published online: 2 September 2016 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2016 This special issue of ‘‘Biohydrogen and Bio/Mimetic Solar Energy Conversion’’ in Research on Chemical Intermediates highlights recent advances of our understand- ing on biohydrogen production and bio/mimetic solar energy conversion based on the natural and the artiﬁcial photosynthesis for the development of a hydrogen energy society in the near future. This issue contains ten invited and selected papers on biohydrogen and biomimetic solar energy conversion research, presented at the international conference ‘‘Asia Biohydrogen and Bioenergy 2013 and Intentional Conference on Bio/Mimetic Solar Energy Conversion 2013’’, that was held in Osaka, Japan, during 22–24th, November, 2013 with the Asia Biohydrogen Link and Research Center for Artiﬁcial Photosynthesis (ReCAP) of Osaka City University. There were 143 participants from more than ten countries. In addition, we had four plenary, six keynote, 26 invited, and 22 general speakers and 30 posters. We also had 11 student speakers in a student-organized session. The purpose of this conference was to provide a forum where researchers from various ﬁelds related to biohydrogen and bio/mimetic solar energy conversion came together and exchanged their useful
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