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Life sciences start-up, Kepley BioSystems Inc. recently took the next step in its blue ocean technologies development efforts. A boat belonging to lead inventor and long-time resident of the island of Anguilla, Terry Brady, was designated as the first official Kepley BioSystems Research Vessel. The ceremony took place on a majestic beach in picturesque Anguilla, […]

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Recently, Kepley BioSystems was featured in the Associated Press news article “Goodbye, herring? Biotech bait gives lobstermen alternative” by Patrick Whittle.  The article reviews the decline of forage fish stocks that are used as bait for crab and lobsters, and the need for an alternative to sustain the industry.  OrganoBait, the synthetic and renewable bait […]

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SciAmFeature

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

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.

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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In a follow-up piece to their article from April, Undercurrent News features Kepley BioSystems work on OrganoBait in a time of bait fish scarcity and the company’s plans for future product lines.  Reporter Ola Wietecha discusses bait shortages and Kepley BioSystems position to intervene with the synthetic crustacean bait alternative, OrganoBait.  Company President Anthony Dellinger […]

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UNCG NOW

Kepley BioSystems and president, Anthony Dellinger, are featured on the front page of the University of North Carolina Greensboro website and on the UNCG NOW news and features. The article interviews Dr. Dellinger discussing his time with the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, his resulting entrepreneurship, and the development of OrganoBait, synthetic crab and […]

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World Oceans Day 2016World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. Kepley BioSystems is proud that our sustainable product, OrganoBait, has the potential to alter our heavy overfishing of forage fish to be used as crustacean bait. Forage fish are a critical element in the oceanic ecosystem […]

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NSF logo

KBI will be at Booth 98 at the NSF Phase II Grantee 2016 ConferenceKepley BioSystems Inc (KBI) is proud to be attending the National Science Foundation sponsored SBIR/STTR Phase II Grantee 2016 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on June 6-8. The NSF SBIR/STTR Phase II Grantee Conference is an annual event at which approximately 250-300 U.S. […]

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The Anguillian

Kelpley BioSystems, and our founders Anthony Dellinger and Terry Brady, were recently featured in an article in The Anguillian newspaper. Read more here. They write: Late last week, it was announced that an important invention to help conserve a critical link in the food chain has been funded for final development by the US government. […]

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