Watch Video SOP on High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

Learn more about high-performance liquid chromatography in this video made by ABPDU staff.

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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.

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Bacteria for Blastoff: Using Microbes to Make Supercharged New Rocket Fuel

ABPDU researchers contributed to research that developed a new type of fuel that could be used for all types of vehicles, including rockets.

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Alumni Highlight: Stephen Hubbard

ABPDU alum Stephen Hubbard discusses his path to becoming a fermentation scientist, his passion for growing the bioeconomy, and more.

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Earth Day 2022: 5 Sustainable Technologies Developed at ABPDU

Watch a new video to learn about sustainable technologies developed at ABPDU.

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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.

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Speeding up Joywell Foods’ Sweet Protein Development

Our collaboration with Joywell Foods optimized the company's process for further scale-up and commercialization readiness.

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Explore Biosciences Software Tools from Berkeley Lab and Partners

Berkeley Lab launched a digital brochure featuring open and closed source biosciences software tools that can accelerate discovery and hasten products-to-market.

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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.

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Welcoming New ABPDU Team Members

These team members are already making invaluable contributions toward scaling up technologies from ABPDU’s collaborators, helping to decarbonize our supply of fuel, food, textiles, and other products.

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