New NSF, Agile BioFoundry Funding Opportunity

A new opportunity is available for researchers at institutions of higher education and non-profit organizations to leverage ABF capabilities.

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iGEM Team Uses Automated Recommendation Tool in Award-Winning Project

A team from the University of Groningen used the Agile BioFoundry-supported Automated Recommendation Tool (ART) in their award-winning iGEM 2021 project aiming to reduce nitrogen emissions.

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2021 Agile BioFoundry Industry Day Recap

The Agile BioFoundry hosted its virtual 2021 Industry Day on November 19 to showcase its capabilities and opportunities for joint research efforts.

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Data-Driven Development of Sustainable Indigo Dye  

The Agile BioFoundry and biotech startup Huue are teaming up to further develop a platform that uses microbes to create indigo dye. 

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Agile BioFoundry and ABPDU Join Efforts to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Agile BioFoundry and ABPDU are partnering to advance biomanufacturing and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Announcing Agile BioFoundry's 2021 Industry Day

Join us to learn more about the Agile BioFoundry’s capabilities and opportunities to engage in joint research efforts.

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Predictive Models to Accelerate Gas Fermentation for Biomanufacturing

Our new collaboration with Industrial Microbes will create predictive models to help scale up gas fermentation processes.

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Harnessing the Biomanufacturing Potential of a Non-Model Microorganism

A new collaboration with LanzaTech will target bio-based production of a precursor to rubber.

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New Project with TeselaGen Biotechnology to Develop Tools for Optimizing Fermentation with Machine Learning

Our new collaboration will lay the groundwork for deploying machine learning models on community-generated data to accelerate biomanufacturing and commercialization of bioproducts.

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Adam Guss: Taming Wild Microbes for the Bioeconomy

Adam Guss discusses his path to science and his research in metabolic engineering in this ORNL feature story.

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