Leah Freeman Sloan Featured in Behind the Breakthroughs Profile
Learn more about ABPDU program manager Leah Freeman Sloan in this profile.
Eliminating Barriers in Biomanufacturing to Improve Bioproduct Scale-up
As part of an Agile BioFoundry project, ABPDU is collaborating with Enduro to test the scalability of a technology that can program cells to maintain bioproduction.
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.
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.
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.
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.