Over the last fifty years, population growth has increasingly challenged the global food supply. By 2050, the world’s population is estimated to be 9.1 billion, 34% greater than today. Fish-based protein is vital for global food security and human nutrition, providing some 4.5 billion people with nearly 15% of their average intake of animal protein. […]
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Kepley BioSystems introduces Charadrii CAVIAR™, an easily digestible food for shorebirds in a familiar form that resembles a prime foraging preference. High in essential fats, proteins, and carbohydrates, Charadrii CAVIAR is formulated for migrating shorebirds to optimize nutrition and provide the calories required to complete their demanding journeys. Ultimately, the Kepley Biosystems Shorebird Initiative will […]
KBI research published in GECCO Discover OrganoBaitOrganoBait is synthetic attractant so it reduces the need to use forage fish by offering an alternative solution for crab and lobster bait. Discover OrganoBaitKepley BioSystems in the NewsKepley BioSystems and OrganoBait are making waves in the news. Find the latest developments about our blue ocean technologies here. Get […]
Kepley BioSystems Incorporated selected to attend 2016 Hello Tomorrow Start-Up ChallengeKepley BioSystems announced today that their team has been selected as a Top 500 Startup for the 2016 Hello Tomorrow Challenge. Hello Tomorrow is the world’s leading nonprofit aiming to accelerate science and technology entrepreneurship. Their mission is to catalyze the intersection of top researchers, […]
Recently our president, Anthony Dellinger, was interviewed by the University of North Carolina Greensboro Magazine. Watch the video to see him discuss the genesis and development of Organobait. Link to UNCG Magazine article Thanks to Martin W. Kane and UNCG Magazine for the interview.
On behalf of our entire Kepley BioSystems team, I am pleased to inform everyone we have been awarded a National Science Foundation Phase II grant. Press release below: NC Life Sciences Start-Up Awarded NSF Phase II Grant Synthetic Alternative to Use of Wild Fish as Bait in a Multi-Billion Dollar Market Greensboro, NC: Thursday, March […]
Online PR News – 16-June-2015 – June 16, 2015 Greensboro, N.C. – Greensboro, N.C., June 16, 2015 – Kepley Biosystems Incorporated (KBI) announced today that it has been awarded a SBIR Phase IB supplemental from the National Science Foundation for testing Organobait™, a synthetic bait that will benefit crustacean fishers and help restore oceanic health. […]
Link to the Gateway University Research Part article Kepley Biosystems was recently featured in a write up in the Gateway University Research Park News detailing our research into the sustainable crustacean bait, Organobait, and our growth potential.
Read our write up in the Triad Business Journal.Courtesy of Katie Arcieri at the Triad Business Journal.
Kepley Biosystems Inc is proud to announce that our President Anthony Dellinger has been awarded the Jerry McGuire Student Entrepreneur Award for 2015 by the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Read more at the University of NC Greensboro here.