Tianxia Xiao, @Princeton grad student with Joshua Rabinowitz, presented her #CABBI work on ethanol & yeast metabolism at the @SIMB_Microbio Recent Advances in Fermentation Technology conference!🙌
She found that yeast both excrete ethanol & consume it as fuel during fermentation.

CABBI is now on #LinkedIn! 🙌

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CABBI Videos: Check out the Playlist >>>

CABBI Team Adds Powerful New Dimension to Phenotyping Next-Gen Bioenergy Crop

3-D imaging, combined with machine learning, helps measure growth and expedite breeding in miscanthus

iGEM 2022: Seeking a Solution to the Nitrate Problem

Undergraduate team earns bronze medal for its ‘Curli Capture’ biofilm system, created to bind harmful chemicals.

Study Sheds Light on Leaf Traits, Productivity of C4 Bioenergy Crops

New paper enhances understanding of overall worldwide patterns in leaf functional relationships, offers insight into improving resource use efficiency.

CABBI Study: Design of RFS Leads to ‘Ethanol Blend Wall’

Nested Renewable Fuel Standard policies limit demand on cellulosic ethanol, delay efforts to reduce dependence on gasoline.

RISE Has ‘Lasting Impact’ on Student Interns from Diverse Backgrounds

Eight undergraduate researchers from across the U.S. participated in the second year of CABBI program, gaining valuable experience for STEM careers.

Research shows oilseeds’ potential for bioproduct creation

Nebraska/BNL work furthers CABBI goals!

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CABBI Brochures

CABBI Directory 2022, a personnel listing as of May 31, 2022

CABBI in Brief 2022, a two-page read on the basics of the Center

CABBI 2022, a four-page brochure on the Center after four years of operations

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