Posts by JBEI

Making fuel out of algae could clean up dirty planes

Corinne Scown, JBEI's VP of Life-cycle, Economics and Agronomy, recently spoke to Wired UK about how biofuels have the potential to play an important role in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in aviation.

Pam Ronald Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Ronald was elected in recognition of her distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.

New Study Sees Competitive SAFJ Prices in Future, AIN Online

Aviation International News covered JBEI's study “Techno-economic analysis and life-cycle greenhouse gas mitigation cost of five routes to bio-jet fuel blendstocks” which provided evidence that optimizing the biofuel production pipeline is well worth the effort.

Bright Skies for Plant-Based Jet Fuels

Joint BioEnergy Institute researchers demonstrate that jet fuels made from plants could be cost competitive with conventional fossil fuels.

JBEI Participates in Conference on Growing the Circular Bioeconomy

The summit looked at how to harness biotechnology to convert waste streams into valuable low-carbon biofuels and bioproducts.

The automatic-design tools that are changing synthetic biology, Nature

Nature covered the automatic-design tools that are changing synthetic biology, namely j5, a tool created by JBEI and licensed exclusively to TeselaGen Biotechnology.

JBEI Holds Semi-annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research

Thirteen posters were presented and two seminar talks were given by undergraduate students.

Scientists Develop Higher-Performance Fuels, Biofuels and Bioproducts

New JBEI and ABPDU polyketide synthase platform opens the door to a multitude of bioengineering opportunities.

JBEI Participates at Bay Area Science Festival’s Discovery Day at AT&T Park

The event was the culmination of a series of science events for young scientists in the Bay Area.