Tag: Lawrence Berkeley

JBEI ready to license 4 new technologies

JBEI ready to license 4 new technologies

January 12, 2015 |

In California, four new technologies are available for license from the researchers at the Joint BioEnergy Institute at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The technologies include: Golgi Nucleotide Sugar Transporters as Tools for Cell Wall Modification, a technology to engineer bioenergy plans and make sugars more easily accessible. Increasing Value of Waste Lignin from Biomass […]

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Lawrence Berkeley Lab to consolidate in California

Lawrence Berkeley Lab to consolidate in California

April 2, 2012 |

In Washington, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is planning to develop a major new research facility in Richmond to consolidate its biofuel-focused energy labs. The project is to have an annual budget between $200 and $250 million, 95% of the funding coming from the DOE. The effort is receiving significant pushback from activists against “synthetic biology,” […]

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Lawrence Berkeley lab lands nearly $14M in ARPA-E grants

Lawrence Berkeley lab lands nearly $14M in ARPA-E grants

October 5, 2011 |

In California, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has been awarded almost $14 million in grant money from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy division of the U.S. Department of Energy. One of the lab’s projects, led by senior staff scientist Christer Jansson, will receive nearly $4.9 million in funding to produce biofuels.  According to Jansson, the […]

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