News

March 01, 2022

Demonstrating Production of a Bio-Based Precursor to Nylon

Our new collaboration with Technology Holding will work on developing a bio-based replacement for a precursor to nylon. 

February 07, 2022

Access Biosciences Software Tools from Berkeley Lab and Partners

Berkeley Lab launched a digital brochure featuring open and closed source biosciences software tools that can accelerate discovery and products-to-market.

January 24, 2022

Eliminating Barriers in Biomanufacturing to Improve Bioproduct Scale-up

The Agile BioFoundry and Enduro recently began a collaboration that will address a common challenge in biomanufacturing.

January 04, 2022

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.

December 06, 2021

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.

November 29, 2021

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.

November 03, 2021

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. 

November 01, 2021

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.

October 26, 2021

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.

October 12, 2021

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.