| Britta Wellenstein

Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center researchers Ben Hall and Daniel Parrell are the winners of the 2023 Outreach and Service Award in recognition of their contributions to the center’s mission.  

| Britta Wellenstein
We sat down with Daven Khana, a Ph.D. candidate in the DAN Lab led by Daniel Amador-Noguez at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to talk about the relationship between metabolism and bioenergy, what attracted him to UW–Madison, and what he plans on doing after graduation.
| Propelling Women In Power Podcast

Rock-licking teen to two-time All American track athlete to albedo expert. Today's guest, Cheyenne Lei, Great Lakes Bioenergy researcher, shares how her path as an international student-athlete combined with her passion for field research and mentorship led her to a Ph.D. in geography at Michigan State University.

| Cameron Rudolph

Newly published research from Michigan State University demonstrates how to evaluate soil carbon stock changes more accurately. This calculation has significant implications on measuring the actual environmental benefits of regenerative agriculture practices and economic consequences through emerging carbon markets.

| Chris Hubbuch

Troy Runge grew up around silos. As the new director of agricultural and life science research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, he’s hoping to tear some down.

| Chris Hubbuch

Commonly known as brewer’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae tends to get credit for bread, beer, wine, ethanol and just about any other product of fermentation. 

| Propelling Women In Power
Anne-Sophie Bohrer, Training Coordinator at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, shares her journey through science and how she now paves the way for others to succeed in STEM. If you're looking for inspiration and practical advice on how to build resilience in any career path, this podcast episode is a must-listen.
| Chris Hubbuch

Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center scientist Shannon Stahl is one of two University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors a scientist can receive. 

| Emilie Lorditch and Deon Foster

Agriculture looks nothing like it did when Michigan State University was founded as the nation’s first institution to teach scientific agriculture 168 years ago, and the next 168 years will require as many or more advancements to meet the needs of our changing planet.

| April Wendling

In their newly published study, Department of Energy Bioenergy Research Center collaborators at GLBRC and the Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI) peer into the complexities of life on a leaf.