Media Coverage

Media Coverage

16 Nov 2017

US feed additive specialist KnipBio has entered into an agreement with Ghent University to license research on the use of prebiotics to promote fish health. -MORE-

11 Nov 2017

Massachusetts-based KnipBio said in a press release that the agreement gives it the exclusive right to use the research conducted on poly-β-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) by Ghent University’s Laboratory of Microbial Ecology and Technology. -MORE-

11 Nov 2017

Dr Larry Feinberg bubbles with enthusiasm for the aquaculture feed industry and believes his fledgling company could be pivotal in supplying sustainable performance feed to a fast growing sector. Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan spoke to the chief executive of KnipBio about his firm and the industry's future. -MORE-

09 Nov 2017

KnipBio, Inc. today announced it has entered into an agreement with Ghent University to license the Belgian university’s research on the use of prebiotics to promote health in the aquaculture and agriculture industries. Under the terms of the agreement, KnipBio has the exclusive right to use the research conducted on poly-β-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) by Ghent University’s Laboratory of Microbial Ecology and Technology. -MORE-

31 Oct 2017

KnipBio, Inc. today announced its support for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 14 (SDG 14). Adopted in 2015, SDG 14 is part of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which seeks to create ‘a comprehensive and people-centered set of transformative initiatives focused on eradicating poverty and increasing sustainability across a broad range of human activities.’ SDG 14 deals with sustainability of the ocean and is designed to ‘conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development.’   

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18 Oct 2017

KnipBio, Inc. has announced its support for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 14 (SDG 14). Adopted in 2015, SDG 14 is part of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which seeks to create ‘a comprehensive and people-centered set of transformative initiatives focused on eradicating poverty and increasing sustainability across a broad range of human activities." -MORE-

06 Oct 2017

US biotechnology company KnipBio said it has found a way develop a conditional amino acid called taurine, which is increasingly missing from many aquaculture feeds.  -MORE-

02 Oct 2017

KnipBio is a US company hoping to harness synthetic biology and metabolic engineering to make more sustainable aquaculture possible. -MORE-

29 Sep 2017

US feed additive specialist KnipBio said its lead single cell protein product for inclusion in shrimp feed has produced significantly higher survival rates. -MORE-

29 Sep 2017

KnipBio has received order for several tonnes of its innovative fishmeal alternative, KnipBio Meal (KBM). The order for what the Massachusetts-based firm refers to as its “protein-plus” ingredient, is sourced from the leaf symbiont Methylobacterium extorquens, -MORE-

28 Sep 2017

In the wild, fish like salmon consume other smaller fish and shellfish—a diet that gives salmon the reserves of nutrients and fat they need to swim upstream to their spawning grounds. It’s a diet that also happens to give salmon its reputation for being both delicious and highly nutritious. -MORE-

28 Sep 2017

The new customer believes aquafeeds based on alternative proteins will play a vital role in the future of aquaculture and views KnipBio Meal’s bioengineering platform as providing unique advantages in performance and sustainability compared to terrestrial proteins. -MORE-

28 Sep 2017

KnipBio, Inc. announced that it has received a significant purchase order for the company’s innovative fishmeal alternative from an aquaculture industry leader operating across... -MORE-

28 Sep 2017

North American feed innovator KnipBio has secured an order for several tonnes of its fishmeal alternative, KnipBio Meal (KBM), allowing it to up-scale its fermentation process. -MORE-

20 Sep 2017

Ingredients obtained by KnipBio from specialized strains of leaf symbiont bacteria have been demonstrated to offer promising alternatives to fishmeal in aquafeeds, following a number of recent trials.  -MORE-

14 Sep 2017

A diet containing a novel single-celled protein developed by KnipBio has been shown to increase survival rates of post-larval Pacific white shrimp by at least 30 percent.

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14 Sep 2017

KnipBio, Inc. announced that a series of five separate experimental feed trials conducted at multiple locations provides evidence that post-larvae Pacific white shrimp fed a diet including the company’s KnipBio Meal™ (KBM) single cell protein have significantly higher survival rates when compared to shrimp fed a standard commercial fishmeal-based diet... -MORE-

10 Sep 2017

Aquaculture is one of the best hopes to meet the swelling protein demands for people”, said Larry Feinberg, CEO of KnipBio to Aquaculture Magazine.“It is currently a $110 billion market, and it is expected to double by 2030. The number of farm-raised fish for every wild-caught fish will double to 2:1 in the same time, meaning the world will need 25 million new tons of fish."... -MORE-

09 Sep 2017

US firm claims breakthrough in producing ingredient key for aquaculture feed. KnipBio announced it has completed the development of a microorganism capable of providing taurine missing from many commercial fish feeds. -MORE-

08 Sep 2017

KnipBio Inc, the Massachusetts-based biotechnology company developing sustainable single cell protein (SCP) alternatives to aquafeed proteins, announced it has completed the development of a novel microorganism capable of providing taurine missing from many commercial fish feeds. -MORE-

07 Sep 2017

KnipBio Inc. announced it has completed the development of a novel microorganism capable of providing taurine missing from many commercial fish feeds.  Taurine is a sulfonic amino-acid critical to basic cellular and physiological processes such as membrane stabilization, detoxification, anti-inflammation, immunomodulation, and anti-oxidation 

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07 Sep 2017

KnipBio, a US-based biotechnology company developing sustainable single cell protein alternatives to aquafeed proteins, announced it has completed the development of a microorganism capable of providing taurine missing from many commercial fish feeds...-MORE-

07 Sep 2017

Larry Feinberg, CEO of KnipBio, stated, “We have been refining our synthetic biology toolkit for the past 3 years, with the goal of developing multiple strains of microorganisms capable of producing SCP as protein source alternative that can meet the unique immuno-nutritional needs of specific targeted aquaculture species -MORE-

06 Sep 2017

Massachusetts-based biotech company KnipBio says it has succeeded in developing a microorganism capable of providing taurine missing from many commercial fish feeds. The company is known for its efforts to develop fish feed derived from microbes instead of less-sustainable sources such as wild-caught fish or agricultural crops. KnipBio said it was able to develop a microbial strain capable of producing taurine -MORE-

26 Jul 2017

KnipBio Inc. has announced the successful completion of the latest phase in its plan to produce KnipBio Meal, an aquaculture feed ingredient made from low-cost, readily available feedstocks.  The development was done in conjunction with the  National Research Council of Canada (NRC)... -MORE-

17 Jul 2017

July 17, 2017 - KnipBio Inc. has announced the successful completion of the latest phase in its plan to produce KnipBio Meal, a premium aquaculture feed ingredient from low-cost, readily available feedstocks. The development was done in conjunction with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC)... -MORE-

15 Jul 2017

In Massachusetts, biotech company KnipBio completed the last phase in producing its new aquaculture feed, KnipBio Feed and is now looking to partner with biofuel industry leaders to get to commercial scale fermentation. -MORE-

14 Jul 2017

Massachusetts, US-based feed producer KnipBio completed the latest phase in its plan to produce a "premium" aquaculture feed ingredient from low-cost, readily available feedstocks. The development was done in conjunction with the National Research Council of Canada, the firm said. The firm specializes in the production of innovative biotechnology to develop a range of single cell protein products from non-food feedstocks... -MORE-

14 Jul 2017

Massachusetts, US-based feed producer KnipBio completed the latest phase in its plan to produce a "premium" aquaculture feed ingredient from low-cost, readily available feedstocks. -MORE-

28 Jun 2017

The new product, named KnipBio Meal (KBM), is derived from the company’s development of a range of single cell proteins, all drawn from non-food feedstocks...

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25 May 2017

KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, has developed a series of microbes that converts low-cost feedstocks into premium, nutritious, single-cell proteins that are an alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture. Its fermentation process yields a protein flour that is laden with immunity-boosting, pigment-enhancing carotenoids to produce healthier, more vibrant fish... -MORE-

25 May 2017

KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, has developed a series of microbes that converts low-cost feedstocks into premium, nutritious, single-cell proteins that are an alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture... -MORE-

22 May 2017

KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, has developed a series of microbes that converts low-cost feedstocks into premium, nutritious, single-cell proteins that are an alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture. Its fermentation process yields a protein flour that is laden with immunity-boosting... -MORE-

22 May 2017

Just a few years ago, it was taboo to buy farmed fish, but now, experts are saying aquaculture might actually be the only way to ensure sustainable seafood consumption. The key to this apparent paradox is in finding something sustainable to feed all those farmed fish.... -MORE-

22 May 2017

Sashimi derived from yellowtail fed a diet containing a novel fishmeal replacement has passed a consumer taste test with flying colours. The trial was conducted by KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology... -MORE-

22 May 2017

Sashimi derived from yellowtail fed a diet containing a novel fishmeal replacement has passed a consumer taste test with flying colors. The trial was conducted by KnipBio... -MORE-

17 May 2017

KnipBio, a small-business biotech company founded in 2013 by Larry Feinberg, is improving the KnipBio Meal production process - the new and most sustainable feed material. This product is made of petri dishes (a type of shallow dish with a lid for microbiological culture) and is derived from single-celled organisms. -MORE-

04 May 2017

KnipBio to Present at 2017 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology

KnipBio CEO Larry Feinberg will address attendees of Biotechnology Innovation Organization World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology conference, to be held on July 26, 2017 in Montreal. Feinberg will speak at the "Harnessing Industrial Biotechnology to Meet Aquaculture Feed Needs" session, which will be start at 8:30 on July 26 and will last 90 minutes. 

01 May 2017

Biotech startup KnipBio is scaling up production of a single-cell organism as a sustainable aquaculture feed ingredient...     -MORE-

30 Apr 2017

Meanwhile, Lowell, Mass.-based start-up KnipBio is developing a protein based on the microbe Methylobacterium extorquens. As the name implies, it’s a bacterium that can live on methanol...   -MORE-