New BioMADE Bioreactor Innovation Projects Aim to Supercharge the Future of Large-Scale Biomanufacturing

Bioengineering, Biomanufacturing

BioMADE is excited to announce five new projects that focus on developing more efficient, lower-cost, flexible, and re-deployable bioreactors to advance the U.S. bioeconomy and biomanufacturing goals. Project teams led by members Capra Biosciences, Amyris, Geno, and two teams from Iowa State University propose technological innovations in bioreactor hardware, software, sensors, modeling, and automation to make bio-based products more efficiently at commercial scales. These projects were funded through a special BioMADE Project Call on advancing bioreactor design and development thanks to support from Schmidt Futures.