Carolina Barcelos Honored at Women @ The Lab 2020 Ceremony

Carolina leads Berkeley Lab's Biosciences Area's IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accountability) efforts.

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Alumni Highlight: Hunter Zeleznik

Hunter Zeleznik joined the ABPDU in 2019 as a research associate. Now, she is a strain development fermentation research associate at LanzaTech.

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How Microorganisms Can Help Us Get to Net Negative Emissions

Eric Sundstrom, senior process engineer at ABPDU, talks about a technology to turn electrons into bioproducts.

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ABPDU Partners with TeselaGen to Advance Fermentation Processing

The ABPDU and TeselaGen Biotechnology announced a partnership to advance fermentation processing for next-generation renewable bioproducts.

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Announcing Live Virtual Tours of ABPDU, Berkeley Lab Biosciences Facilities

Berkeley Lab is celebrating its 90th anniversary. Join us as we take a virtual tour of: JBEI, ABPDU, and the Agile BioFoundry.

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Carolina Barcelos selected as Women @ The Lab 2020 honoree

Honorees are selected for their meritorious professional contributions, leadership, mentorship, and outreach.

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Alumni Highlight: Aigerim Daniyar

In the first of our alumni highlight series, Aigerim Daniyar shares her journey and how ABPDU provided hands-on experience needed to advance her career.

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This Anti-COVID Mask Breaks the Mold

This work is supported by the National Virtual Biotechnology Laboratory. Berkeley Lab's effort is led by ABPDU director Deepti Tanjore.

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Carolina Barcelos Featured in Berkeley Lab's Visible Spectrum Series

Visible Spectrum is a series to spotlight talented and dedicated women employees across the Lab.

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Microbe “Rewiring” Technique Promises a Boom in Biomanufacturing

ABPDU demonstrates that an improved biomanufacturing process could hold its desirable features at higher production scales.

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