ABPDU and Partners Develop Bio-Derived Ionic Liquids
Using lignin to create ionic liquids makes use of a low-value byproduct and could make ionic liquids cheaper to produce.
Ning Sun Featured in Mushroom Documentary
ABPDU research scientist Ning Sun is featured in a new documentary on how mushrooms can play a role in climate solutions.
ABPDU Hosts TechWomen Emerging Leaders
Two Emerging Leaders from the program received mentorship at ABPDU from senior process engineer Dupeng Liu.
ABPDU Alumni Highlight: Isaac Fitts-Sprague
We spoke with former intern Isaac Fitts-Sprague on how his experience at ABPDU influenced his career path.
New ABPDU Capabilities Provide National Lab Resource for Gas Fermentation Development
The new equipment will allow our collaborators to pursue projects involving bioconversion of gaseous feedstocks.
ABPDU Scale-Up Facilities Expo Recap
The all-day event gave attendees the opportunity to learn about a variety of scale-up capabilities beyond those available at the ABPDU.
ABPDU Alumni Highlight: Matthew Dorsey
Dorsey, now a PhD candidate at North Carolina State University, shares how his experience at ABPDU influenced his career path.
Helping to Build the Bioeconomy of California’s Northern San Joaquin Valley
Berkeley Lab to co-lead an effort to establish a bioindustrial manufacturing capability in the region.
Expanding ABPDU’s Access to Analytical Capabilities
ABPDU collaborators can leverage our proximity and partnerships with Berkeley Lab facilities to access a wide array of analytical capabilities.
Making the Case for Repurposing Leftover Almond Shells as Plastic Reinforcing Agents
Researchers analyze an approach that could add value to leftover almond shells and use less plastic in the process.