Papers - 2018-2021

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Emiliano Altamura, Francesco Milano, Roberto R. Tangorra, Massimo Trotta, Omar Hassan Omar, Pasquale Stano, and Mavelli

Highly oriented photosynthetic reaction centers generate a proton gradient in synthetic protocells

PNAS 114, 2017, 3837-3842


Giordano Rampioni, Alessandro Zennaro, Yutetsu Kuruma, Daniela Tofani, Livia Leoni and Pasquale Stano

Chem. Commun.,

2018, 54, 2090


Luisi, P.l,. Bonaldi, A., Gardini, A., La salute come sistema, Cesalpino

Filosofia della Medicina (Medici di Arezzo) 50, 2m



Luisi, P.L.,

Why the orgin of life is still a mystery? Journal Systems chemistry

7, 2019


Luisi, P. L.

Archives of Life Sciences, The system view of the origin of cellular life, 2, issue 1,


Pier Luigi Luisi

Pier Luigi received his scientific education at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy. In 1970, he became professor at the Institut für Polymere at the ETH-Zürich and since 2006 he is part of the biology department of the University of Roma Tre. As a biochemist, he pioneered an active research in the self-organization of synthetic and biological systems, the origin of life, and semi-synthetic cellular systems (the so-called "mininal life"). Interested in the interface between science and humanities, in 1985 he founded Cortona week, legacy to this Todi-week, and participated, in 1987, to the foundation of Mind and Life in Dharamsala, India, with Francisco Varela and the Dalai Lama.

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