Fall 2022 Issue: The Bioeconomy
Can the bioeconomy bring renewable, carbon-negative products to a global scale?
Cecilia Martinez-Gomez’s engineered bacteria recovers valuable elements from old smartphones, cleans up medical wastewater, and more.
Rausser College faculty, alumni, and affiliates are advancing research within key sectors of the global bioeconomy, and bringing these innovations to market.
Rausser College faculty are helping scale markets for carbon capture, storage, and management.
Researchers are using synthetic biology and CRISPR methods to help plants fight pathogens, improve crop yields, and store more carbon.
Federal climate action | An inhaled Covid-19 therapeutic | Breaking language barriers | Dietetics master’s program | A new research forest … and more
Drew Hendrickson (BS ’19 Microbial Biology and Chemical Biology) is passionate about engineering enzymes to break down toxins and restore degraded landscapes.
How Rausser College’s strong community inspired parents Beth and Michael Miller to support undergraduate experiences.
Dean Ackerly introduces the issue devoted to the bioeconomy, which explores the potential of biology-driven products and services as a way to foster sustainability at a global scale.
When the Mosquito Fire entered Blodgett Forest Research Station in early September, the “living laboratory” was put to the test.