In 1986, scientists found a fuel-producing bacterium at the bottom of a Swiss lake. Now, they know how it works, Science Magazine
Science Magazine covered JBEI publication "Discovery of enzymes for toluene synthesis from anoxic microbial communities" published in Nature Chemical Biology.
Brewing Hoppy Beer Without the Hops
JBEI researchers contribute to engineering industrial brewing yeast that creates more hoppy flavor in beer.
Something's Brewing in the Lab: Beer Without Hops, New York Times
New York Times covered research conducted at JBEI which has resulted in the bioengineering of industrial brewing yeast that creates more hoppy flavor in beer.
JBEI Hosts Antioch High School Students for Mock Interviews
The students are part of the Biotech Partners program
Crystallization Screen Created by JBEI Scientists Reaches the Market
The open source crystallization screen is available to the public.
TEDx Talk by JBEI's CSTO Blake Simmons Now Available
The talk is entitled "A World Without Limits through Biomanufacturing of Carbon".
DOE Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabbar Visits JBEI
Dabbar learned about JBEI's renewed mission
All in the Family: Focused Genomic Comparisons
Genus-wide Aspergillus project by JGI and JBEI highlights new functional genome annotation methods.
JBEI Partners with LanzaTech in New DOE Technology Commercialization Fund Grant
JBEI’s microfluidics capabilities will be used to carry out large number of biochemical experiments.
Berkeley Lab researchers demonstrate importance of microbial communities for enzyme stability, Biofuels Digest
Biofuels Digest covered the recent study released by JBEI demonstrates the importance of microbial communities as a source of stable enzymes that could be used to convert plants to biofuels.