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.
Pilot City Interns Help Improve ABPDU Processes
The interns have worked on solving partner onboarding challenges and automating everyday ABPDU workflows.
ABPDU Alum Ace Aguilar Celebrates Successes
ABPDU alum Ace Aguilar and his mentors discuss his time at ABPDU, his academic success, and his future career plans.
Alumni Highlight: Stephen Hubbard
ABPDU alum Stephen Hubbard discusses his path to becoming a fermentation scientist, his passion for growing the bioeconomy, and more.
ABPDU, NREL Researchers Report Method for Efficient Lignin Fractionation
ABPDU researchers, in collaboration with researchers at NREL, describe a method for successful lignin fractionation in a new study.
Speeding up Joywell Foods’ Sweet Protein Development
Our collaboration with Joywell Foods optimized the company's process for further scale-up and commercialization readiness.
Alumni Highlight: Fre Tachea
Fre Tachea joined ABPDU in 2013 as one of the facility’s first employees. Now she is the Director of Fermentation at Culture Biosciences.