October 22, 2020
ABPDU's Open Source Software Benefits Biotech Community
ABPDU created a set of open source tools that would allow companies to easily transfer feeding processes between bioreactors.
October 19, 2020
Waste Not, Want Not: INL Studies Potential of Municipal Solid Waste for Biofuels
ABPDU's contribution to work converting municipal solid waste into chemicals that can be converted into biofuels was featured in a BETO Bioprose blog post.
September 30, 2020
Transforming Waste into Bio-Based Chemicals
ABPDU researchers make an important step towards converting a material in plant cell walls into eco-friendly ionic liquids.
September 03, 2020
5 Everyday Products Made from Biomass: A Few May Surprise You
Companies such as ABPDU collaborator Mango Materials are developing biobased plastics that will break down and decay into natural materials.
September 02, 2020
A Q&A with Ning Sun on Technology Commercialization Fund Awards
ABPDU's Ning Sun shares her experience with the Technology Commercialization Fund program as well as tips for potential applicants.
August 04, 2020
Five Ways Berkeley Lab is in the Fight Against COVID-19
The ABPDU is helping two biotech companies ramp up production of potential COVID-19-fighting technologies so they can be ready to meet global demand.
July 07, 2020
Scaling Up Science During a Global-Scale Emergency
ABPDU's biomanufacturing experts are helping biotech companies ramp up production of new COVID-19 testing and treatment technologies.
May 04, 2020
ABPDU Celebrates Successes and its 50th Industry Partner
ABPDU has proven to be a key resource in defining where biotechnology can succeed in the marketplace.
April 06, 2020
ABPDU Capabilities Available to Support COVID-19 Efforts
The ABPDU can rapidly develop bioprocesses to generate novel COVID-19 therapeutics and accelerate the timeline to take your bio-innovation to market.
January 09, 2020
The Wild World of Microbe-Made Products — Skis Now Included
This winter, you can carve the fresh powder of the backcountry on a pair of high-performance, eco-friendly skis designed by world-famous athletes and made from a material produced by microscopic algae.