CABBI #Conversion researchers have determined that certain reaction conditions (low hydrogen peroxide and solid oxide catalysts) can lead to stable production of bioproduct precursors.

📰 Published in Reaction Chemistry & Engineering:

It's time for #MicrobeMonday! 🦠

Why are yeasts so helpful for bioenergy research?

These tough, enzyme-rich microbes are the perfect system to convert plant sugars & lipids into #CABBI's target molecules, like oils or fatty alcohols used in fuel, soaps & other bioproducts! ⛽️

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Research shows oilseeds’ potential for bioproduct creation

Nebraska/BNL work furthers CABBI goals!

CABBI Science Retreat 2022: Collaborating in Person!

In June 2022, CABBI scientists gathered to evaluate the Center’s progress and to plan for the future. View a short video!

CABBI Team Develops Automated Platform for Plasmid Production

PlasmidMaker has a user-friendly web interface with which researchers can intuitively visualize and assemble the perfect plasmid for their needs.

Researchers Develop Powerful Strategy for Creating New-to-Nature Enzymes

CABBI team achieves elusive biocatalytic reaction, building on previous work that repurposes natural enzymes with light.

Soil-Plant Interactions and More: A Q&A With Marshall McDaniel

Get to know the newest CABBI Sustainability Investigator from Iowa State.

Building a Better Bioenergy Crop: A Q&A With Erik Sacks

Feedstock Production Deputy Theme Leader discusses the future of CABBI as well as miscanthus and cane research.

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