(338f) Biological Nanoporous Materials for CO2 Capture and Pharmaceutical Separation: A Molecular Simulation Study

Jiang, J., National University of Singapore

Biological nanoporous materials such as peptide and protein crystals have demonstrated increasing potentials in a wide variety of technological applications such as bioseparation, biocatalysis, and biosensing. In this study, CO2 capture and pharmaceutical separation are investigated in different types of bio-materials by molecular computations.