BioHydrogen 97: Keynote Address; E.E. David, Jr. The Science of BioHydrogen: An Energetic View; J. Miyake. The Technology of BioHydrogen; J.R. Benemann. Marine Genomes; T. Matsunaga, H. Takeyama. Commencement Challenge; P. Takahashi. Maximizing Photosynthetic Productivity and Light Utilization in Microalgae by Minimizing the Light-Harvesting Chlorophyll Antenna Size of the Photosystems; A. Melis, et al. Nostoc PCC 73102 and H2: Knowledge, Research, and Biotechnological Challenges; P. Lindblad, et al. Molecular Biology of Hydrogenases; C. Tose, et al. Effect of Hydrogenase 3 Over-Expression and Disruption of Nitrate Reductase on Fermamentive Hydrogen Production in Escherichia coli: A Metabolic Engineering Approach; K. Sode, et al. Improvement of Bacterial Light-Dependent Hydrogen Production by Altering the Photosynthetic Pigment Ratio; M. Miyake, et al. A Toolkit for Metabolic Engineering of Bacteria: Application to Hydrogen Production; J.D. Keasling, et al. Electron Transport as a Limiting Factor in Biological Hydrogen Production; P.C. Hallenbeck, et al. Reconstitution of an Iron-Only Hydrogenase; H. McTavish. 52 additionel articles. Index.