BioReactor Sciences (BRS) specializes in the R&D, design, and manufacturing of bioreactors. Contact us today to learn how we can contribute to your bioprocess development success.
Oct. 2017: The manuscript on Techno-Economic Assessment for Integrating Biosorption into Rare Earth Recovery Process was accepted for publication at ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
Oct. 2017: BRS signed a collaborative agreement with Caprico Biotechnologies. to develop a platform for small to large production scale of Monoclonal and secondary antibodies.
July 2017: BRS joined the LLNL, Duke Univ., Purdue Univ., and NTEC to submit a proposal for DoE funding opportunity #DE-FOA-0001718.
July 2017: BRS accepted invitation to become a member of the Regenerative Medicine Manufacturing Society (RMMS).
June 2017: BRS joined the Innovation Crescent at BIO2017 (San Diego) to support the State of Georgia's Dept. of Economic Development pavilion.
June 2017: BRS accepted invitation to join as a member of the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL).
May 2017: BRS submited, as a co-author, a paper entitled Techno-Economic Assessment for Integrating Biosorption into Rare Earth Recovery Process, to ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
May 2017: BRS reached an agreement with MetaClipse Therapeutics to collaborate and develop a production process to produce specific membrane proteins for novel personalized immunotherapy products.
Dec 2016: BRS collaborateed with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Navajo Transitional Energy Company to submit a proposal of Production of Salable Rare Earth Elements from Domestic U.S. Coal and Coal By-Products for DoE funding opportunity #DE-FOA-0001627.
Oct. 2016: BRS accepted invitation to join RegenerateUSA as a member for the US Dept. of Defense's solicitation for the Advanced Tissue Biofabrication Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ATB-MII).
Aug. 2016: BRS was awarded Finalist of Gwinnett County's Amazing Entrepreneur Contest
June 2015: BRS joined the Innovation Crescent at BIO2015 (Philadelphia) in the State of Georgia's pavilion.
April 2015: BRS signed MOU agreement with the University of Michigan Health System in collaboration of developing a commercial bioreactor system to produce epithelial pop up keratinocyte cells.
Oct. 2014: won Bioprocess International Conference & Exhibition (Boston), Best Poster Award.
Actively Seeking Research Collaboration and Local & Global Distribution
BioReactor Sciences has NEW and innovative upstream bioprocessing technology. We have over 35 products in various sizes and price ranges. We have 1 granted and 5 pending patents. We have collaborated with several academic and industrial research institutes in process development using our bioreactor technology. We provide 100% technical support, customer service, and a comprehensive technical training program. We seek for manufacturer's rep and distributorship. Email us today at email@example.com