New study led by @JeremyGuest @RaoLab and others uses CABBI's BioSTEAM and agile #TEA and #LCA to screen promising biorefinery designs that will sustainably produce lactic acid from #biomass.

A study from @CABBIbio found that energy sorghum behaves more like miscanthus in the way it efficiently captures light and uses water to produce abundant biomass. Researchers believe careful fertilizer management could reduce its higher nitrogen emissions

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Energy Sorghum May Combine Best of Annual, Perennial Bioenergy Crops

The annual crop behaves more like the perennial grass miscanthus than maize in the way it efficiently captures light and uses water to produce abundant biomass.

CABBI Welcomes Sustainability Theme PI Jennifer Pett-Ridge

Lawrence Livermore National Lab soil expert joins the team!

Illinois Team Tracks COVID ‘Spike’ Protein, Earns Silver Medal in 2020 iGEM Competition

EDITOR'S UPDATE: The Illinois team's "Viralizer" web tool brought home a silver medal at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) 2020 competition. Working virtually, the six-member student team created the tool to model the COVID-19 spike protein as it...

Andrew Leakey: A Q&A With CABBI’s New Director

Andrew Leakey takes over as CABBI is hitting its stride in Year 3 of a five-year, $115 million grant.

CABBI Team Sequences Miscanthus Genome

Project provides a road map for researchers exploring new ways to maximize the productivity and adaptability of this sustainable bioenergy crop candidate.

CABBI Brochures

CABBI 2020, a four-page brochure on the Center after two years of operations

Filling the Gaps and Defining the Future of Bioenergy, CABBI overview published January 2018

CABBI Presentations

CABBI 2019, presented by Director Evan H. DeLucia at DOE Genomic Sciences Meeting, February 2019, Washington, D.C.

CABBI 2018, presented by DeLucia at Genomic Sciences Meeting, February 2018, Washington, D.C.

CABBI Overview, presented by DeLucia and Theme Leaders for Kickoff Celebration, Feb. 1, 2018, Urbana, Ill.