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Random Mechanomers and Artificial Photosynthesis

Enzymes photosynthesizing fuels, organic chemical industrial feedstocks, and bulk macronutrients (fats, sugars and amino acids) from air, seawater and sunlight can easily be developed by mechanomeric selection (MeSe).

For the critical argument with regard to mechanomeric selection, see the blog-post here…


Added by John Kennard on March 21, 2012 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Enzymes and Molecular Machines Can Be Selected from Random Copolymers

Such functional copolymers as the proteins are called "mechanomers" here (distinguishing naturally-occurring mechanomers as "biopolymers" where convenient); the science of mechanomers is called "mechanomerics"; and applied mechanomerics is called "mechanomeric engineering", including "mechanomeric medicine".

Mechanomeric engineering requires some technique for developing mechanomers to perform desired functions, such as enzymes…


Added by John Kennard on March 18, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

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