In this issue, Shelley D. Minteer et al. review concepts and applications of bioelectrocatalytic synthesis. Jie Shu et al. summarize research on materials, electrochemistry, and design strategies toward sustainable metal–iodine batteries. The Minireviews deal with atomic-level compositional and spatial control in materials synthesis (Yusuke Yamauchi et al.), oligomerized fused-ring electron acceptors for efficient and stable organic solar cells (Hui Huang et al.) as well as the engineering of therapeutic and detoxifying enzymes (Freideriki Michailidou).
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