Whether you’re a current GLBRC researcher or a prospective one, we have a wide range of information and resources for you.
Since 2007, GLBRC has conducted highly-collaborative research on biofuels and bioproducts. We have published more than 1,300 papers and partnered with over 275 institutions spanning 28 countries and 43 U.S. states. We are always seeking new collaborations to help us achieve our mission, advance the goals of the Bioenergy Research Center program, and engage in the global research community.
Browse GLBRC’s publications, technologies, and research highlights
You will find a frequently updated listing of GLBRC-funded publications on our Publications page. The listing is updated quarterly.
You will find a list of GLBRC-funded technologies on our Technologies page. These technologies have the potential to offer new competitive advantages and products for biorefiners, farmers, and a number of multi-billion dollar industries.
Learn more about our high-impact research on our Research Highlights page.
Learn about our current partners and collaborators
Great Lakes Bioenergy is based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison but benefits from active research partnerships with several universities across North America. On our Partners page, you can view our current partners.
Great Lakes Bioenergy engages with industry through collaborations, licensing, and industry representation on its Scientific Advisory Board. On our Collaborators page, you can view our current industry collaborations.
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Current GLBRC researchers
There are many resources available to current GLBRC researchers.
- GLBRC Data Catalog
- GLBRC Intranet
- Funding language information for acknowledging GLBRC funding support
- GLBRC Logos and Templates - If there is something you're looking for but can't find, contact GLBRC Communications
- UW–Madison Administrative Service contacts
At Great Lakes Bioenergy, we work with companies and licensing agents to move new technologies to the marketplace and advance the overall economics of bioenergy. Our technologies anticipate and enable commercialization, and create new economic opportunities for biorefiners, farmers, and rural communities.
Explore our technologies
GLBRC technologies have the potential to offer new competitive advantages and products for biorefiners, farmers, and a number of multi-billion dollar industries. You can find a listing of GLBRC-funded technologies on our Technologies page.
Partner with us
At Great Lakes Bioenergy, our team of staff, scientists, and engineers understand that new technologies can dramatically alter the economics of bioenergy. We are happy to discuss new opportunities and partnerships, and have the knowledge and expertise needed to help move exciting new energy technologies to the marketplace. For more information, visit our Ways to Partner page.
See our current collaborators
Great Lakes Bioenergy engages with industry through collaborations, licensing, and industry representation on its Scientific Advisory Board. View our current collaborators on our Collaborators page.
Learn about our startups
Visit our Startups page for a listing of companies bringing new technologies and products to the marketplace that have their roots in research first conducted at GLBRC.
Learn about our Scientific Advisory Board
Great Lakes Bioenergy’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) consists of industry and academic representatives who provide critical insight and strategies that help guide the direction of Great Lakes Bioenergy’s research. Visit our SAB page for a listing of our members.
Great Lakes Bioenergy scientists are excited to share their research with members of the media.
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