BioMADE Project Call 3.0

Biomanufacturing, Education, Workforce

BioMADE is now accepting White Paper submissions for projects that contribute to building a sustainable, domestic, end-to-end bioindustrial manufacturing ecosystem. Projects that enable domestic bioindustrial manufacturing, develop technologies to enhance U.S. bioindustrial competitiveness, de-risk investment in relevant infrastructure, and expand the biomanufacturing workforce to realize the economic promise of industrial biotechnology will be considered.   

Technology & Innovation  

Successful Technology and Innovation submissions will address innovation priority areas identified in the BioMADE Technical Roadmap and focus on processes or technologies within Biomanufacturing Readiness Levels (BioMRLs) 4-7. The Project Call includes three focus areas. 

Technical Roadmap

BioMADE’s Technical Roadmap was updated in February 2023. The Technical Roadmap is a strategic plan organized around a set of technical landmarks that, when reached, will strengthen the foundation of bioindustrial manufacturing in the United States. The Roadmap includes an in-depth explanation of BioMADE’s Technical Modules, a set of Representative Production Scenarios for biomanufacturing, and a prioritized list of technical needs by Innovation Area and Production Scenario.  

Education & Workforce Development

Successful Education & Workforce Development submissions will include innovative strategies to meet and exceed the challenge of preparing the future bioindustrial manufacturing workforce. All proposed work must demonstrate substantive industry investment in the proposed activities and clear pathways resulting in career employment. The Project Call includes four focus areas.