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Kepley BioSystems to launch Kepley K9 Strategic Scent Stimulant at World Dog ExpoView the Official Press Release HereKepley BioSystems Inc. will begin selling Kepley K9™ Strategic Scent Stimulant at the World Dog Expo at the Meadowlands Exhibition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey, June 1-2, 2019. The product will be featured from 10:00am to 6:00pm at […]

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Jordan and Waleed achieve over 10,355 views on Frontiers in Marine Science publicationKepley BioSystems welcomed Jordan Krisfalusi-Gannon and Waleed Ali to the company as interns sponsored by the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Grant Program in the summer of 2016. Krisfalusi-Gannon and Ali, juniors at High Point University and Columbia University respectively, […]

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Kepley BioSystems announces Crowdfunding for Novel Product to Ease Shelter Dog AdoptionsFollowing extensive olfaction research across species, Kepley BioSystems is preparing to market Kepley K9™ Strategic Scent Stimulant. The launch will kick off with crowdfunding for product donations to facilitate shelter dog adoptions. Kepley K9™ Strategic Scent Stimulant provides the organic amines that stimulate final […]

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Lee Robertson assigned position of Director of Scientific Communications and OperationsKepley BioSystems Incorporated (KBI) has established the position of Director of Scientific Communications and Operations in preparation for the release of a novel entry into the companion animal sector. This new role represents an exciting assignment for Lee Robertson, who has assisted in KBI product […]

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 On April 6, 2019, the New York Times published an important article by Matt Richtel and Andrew Jacobs called “A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy”. This eye-opening piece explore the dangers of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the rise of Candida Auris, a recently discovered invasive fungus that is heavily resistant […]

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Industrial Designer Joins Kepley BioSystems Advisory BoardKepley Biosystems is pleased to announce that Robert (Bob) Barry joined the Advisory Board, bringing a wealth of strategic industrial design expertise to the biotech start-up. Barry’s talents will be vital to Kepley in bringing tech solutions to consumer markets, as elegant, thoughtful design work is generally outside the […]

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NSF-Funded Horseshoe Crab Habitat Research in Coastal GeorgiaEvery year, hundreds of thousands of wild Atlantic horseshoe crabs (HSCs) are captured and ultimately returned to the water by the biomedical industry. Their blood is required to conduct drug and device sterility testing to protect the safety of millions of patients every year, worldwide. Recently, demand has […]

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Kepley BioSystems to Attend Annual F3 (Future of Fish Feed) MeetingThe Future of Fish Feed – Kepley BioSystems Speaks at the World’s Leading Aquaculture Sustainability Conference in San Francisco Kepley BioSystems (KBI) will be participating by invitation this week in the annual F3 (Future of Fish Feed) Meeting to be held from February 19 – […]

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 Video courtesy of UNC-TV Science. Every time you get a flu shot, you should thank a horseshoe crab. Most medical interventions—vaccines, drugs, devices—have been tested on horseshoe crabs. Their blood clots immediately when it’s exposed to dangerous bacteria. The biomedical industry bleeds horseshoe crabs routinely in order to make sure their products won’t poison patients. […]

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