| Colton Poore
From soil to sequestration, researchers at Princeton University and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center have modeled what a supply chain for second-generation biofuels might look like in the midwestern United States.
| Diane Huhn
The International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) has awarded its highest honor to Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center co-investigator Jiquan Chen.
| Annie Pulley

Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center researchers Linda Horianopoulos and Rose Lizzo are the winners of the 2024 Service and Outreach Awards in recognition of their dedication to sharing the wonder and excitement of the center’s work and mission. 

| Annie Pulley

People are Kahmark’s passion, and mentorship is a key way Kahmark acts on that passion.  

Kahmark, a research assistant at Michigan State University's Kellogg Biological Station, is the winner of the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center’s first mentorship award.

| Annie Pulley

Steven Karlen and Sang-Jin Kim, both senior scientists with the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, are the winners of the first Yaoping Zhang Bioenergy Research Award. 

The award recognizes the outstanding productivity and dedication of GLBRC researchers to the center’s mission of bioenergy advancements.

| Kara Headley
Students from GLBRC co-investigator Bjoern Hamberger showcased their plant research in the 2024 EnergyTech University Prize competition.
Madeline Hayes is a fifth-year graduate student in the Microbiology Doctoral Training Program (MDTP) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a member of the Venturelli Lab, where she studies microbial communities and how humans can leverage those systems to turn leftover plant materials into valuable chemicals. 
| Chris Hubbuch

In a landmark study based on one of the most comprehensive genomic datasets ever assembled, a team led by scientists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Vanderbilt University offer a possible answer to one of the oldest questions about evolution: why some species are generalists and others specialists.

| Chris Hubbuch
Ane was recognized for contributions to the field of beneficial plant-microbe interactions, particularly understanding the signals that maintain soil quality for environmental sustainability and reduced costs for food, feed and biofuel production.
| Chris Hubbuch
A junior from Hartford, Wis., Katarina Aranguiz was one of four University of Wisconsin–Madison students to receive a 2024 Goldwater Scholarship.