KBI News

Kepley BioSystems selected as a Hello Tomorrow Challenge Finalist

Competing with 70 other extraordinary startup companies from around the world, Kepley BioSystems was named as a top finalist in the Hello Tomorrow Challenge. Originally, 3,500 companies from 105 countries had entered the competition, and recently the field was narrowed to 500 semi-finalists. Now, just 70 companies that have been invited to make presentations at […]

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North Carolina Biotechnology Center: Kepley BioSystems Profile

Kepley BioSystems has recently had a Company Profile write up on the North Carolina Biotechnology Center News website.  Written by Barry Teater, the article covers the origins of Kepley BioSystems, the progression of OrganoBait development, as well as what we need to go forward.  The article can be read on the NC Biotechnology Center website […]

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Read about Kepley BioSystems and OrganoBait in Scientific American

Scientific American Publishes Article “A Stinky Artificial Bait Could Protect Millions of Tiny Fish”Kepley BioSystems Inc is proud to be covered in the latest article by Scientific American, “A Stinky Artificial Bait Could Protect Millions of Tiny Fish” by Roxanne Khamsi.  The article explores our impetus to develop OrganoBait to relieve the pressure currently experienced […]

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KBI in GECCO

Research by Kepley BioSystems Published in Global Ecology & Conservation

Kepley BioSystems (KBI) would like to express its appreciation to the scientific editors and reviewers of the journal of Global Ecology and Conservation (GECCO) for their acceptance and publication of KBI’s synthetic crustacean bait research and findings. The article, A synthetic crustacean bait to stem forage fish depletion, describes the company’s National Science Foundation (NSF) […]

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Jordan at work in the analytical lab.

Meet our latest team member, Jordan!

High Point University student receives valuable experience at Kepley BioSystems through NSF ProgramKepley BioSystems, Greensboro, NC, announces that Jordan Krisfalusi-Gannon, a biology major from High Point University joins the research team for her summer internship sponsored by NSF. Kepley BioSystems Inc. (KBI) is a company dedicated to developing a sustainable synthetic crustacean bait. As a […]

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