KBI News

OrganoBait proudly featured in the winter issue of The Journal of Ocean TechnologyKepley BioSystems is pleased to announce that their synthetic crab and lobster bait alternative has been featured in a peer-reviewed periodical, The Journal of Ocean Technology (JOT).  The JOT has a mission to expand global knowledge and understanding of ocean technologies, to serve […]

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NC Start-up Invited to Present at Innovation Conference in Kunshan, China November 22, Greensboro, NC— Kepley BioSystems (KBI) is pleased to announce being invited to participate in the 2016 International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Kunshan, China. Represented by research scientist, Lee Robertson, KBI will join a contingent of 50 North Carolina companies as […]

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Greensboro, N.C., November 11, 2016 — Kepley BioSystems (KBI) is pleased to announce being awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Technology Enhancement for Commercial Partnerships (TECP) grant to develop an automated manufacturing module for OrganoBait™.  This $150,000 grant will help transform the KBI production scale from the laboratory to begin addressing its vast market potential.KBI […]

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016, Greensboro, N.C.:Kepley BioSystems (KBI) was a finalist from among 3,500 original contestants, which narrowed to representatives of 500 deep-technology start-ups invited to participate in the third Hello Tomorrow Global Summit. The event took place last week on October 13-14, 2016, at the Le Centquatre conference center in Paris. The Global Summit, […]

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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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Kepley BioSystems and OrganoBait recently appeared in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation website in an article written by Brett Ruskin, titled “Artificial lobster bait to be tested in Nova Scotia”.  The article covers our field testing efforts that will be ongoing through the end of the year, particularly in waters known for lobster fisheries, as we […]

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Journalist Chris Lambie, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, has written an article on Kepley BioSystems that has appeared in Xpress Local.  The article “Lookout lobsters – science is coming to get ya” can be read for free on the Xpress Local website at xpresslocal.ca Read the article at Xpresslocal.ca

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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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New Food Economy recently featured OrganoBait and Kepley BioSystems in the article “Consider the Lobster’s Supper: A bait shortage in Maine means the crustaceans are chewing on cowhide and calcium” by Claire Brown.  The article explores the shrinking stocks of forage fish, and with them, the availability of bait for Maine lobster fishers. It goes […]

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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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