October 08, 2016

Lygos Wins Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year Award

ABPDU partner Lygos wins prestigious award for bio-based malonic acid process developed and demonstrated at ABPDU.

August 21, 2016

BETO Funding Recipients to Collaborate with ABPDU

ZymoChem, HelioBioSys, and Mango Materials receive BETO funding to partner with ABPDU for technology validation and scale-up.

June 23, 2016

Interning at ABPDU: A Look Back

A continuous exchange of ideas and teachings at ABPDU makes a strong impression on SULI intern Travis Schofield..

June 20, 2016

BETO Announces Laboratory Call for Proposals

BETO is providing up to $40,000 per selected DOE National Laboratory proposal that focuses on one or more critical bioenergy small business challenge(s) by leveraging unique laboratory assets. Proposal submission deadline is July 31, 2016.

May 04, 2016

ABPDU Participates at EERE’s National Lab Impact Summit

The summit celebrates recent National Laboratory successes and brings together the nation’s public- and private-sector energy leaders to formulate the next stage of clean energy technology innovation.

April 28, 2016

Bioenergy Technologies Office’s Director Refers To ABPDU’s Achievement

Male referred to pre-pilot-scale production of malonic acid from pure non-food sugar as a model for cellulosic sugars by industrial biotechnology company Lygos Inc., which was successfully achieved at the ABPDU.

April 15, 2016

ABPDU Enters into New Federal Strategic Partnership Program Agreements

New partners include Ardra Bio, Hampton Creek and Ginkgo Bioworks.

March 18, 2016

ABPDU Researchers Participate in Lab-Corps Program Training

ABPDU researchers are part of two teams participating in EERE's Lab-Corps program of entrepreneurial training.

March 10, 2016

Lygos Accelerates Commercialization of Bio-Malonic Acid

Bio-Malonic acid fermentation process to be validated at ABPDU and scaled at NREL

March 10, 2016

Berkeley Lab to Collaborate with Small Businesses to Commercialize Clean Energy Products

Lygos will conduct the testing at APBDU to overcome current barriers to scale-up, and then move production to NREL.