"Harnessing the Natural Power of Enzymes"
Through the discovery and development of innovative animal feed enzymes, we help our customers and partners around the world create a future that is both economically and environmentally sustainable.
BRI CEO Giles Shih shared his perspective and experience as an agricultural biotech entrepreneur at the April 29 NCBiotech Jobs Network event titled “Grow Your Future.” The event, organized by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center in Research Triangle Park, NC, was the latest in a series of monthly get-togethers for mid-career biotech and life-science job seekers, [...]
BRI joined the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and more than 40 other NC life science companies and partners at the 2013 BIO International Convention to showcase why North Carolina consistently ranks as one of the United States’ top biotechnology clusters. As a sponsor of the North Carolina Pavilion (Booth 2617), BRI conducted presentations and met with event participants [...]
Reform of the U.S. immigration system is a hot topic in Congress this year. While there are many sides and different perspectives on the issues surrounding the Immigration Innovation Act of 2013, it is clear that the U.S. has benefited and continues to benefit from immigrants coming from all over the world. But what does [...]
Our last blog post discussed five drivers of an innovative culture in small businesses. But businesses are not the only institutions that benefit from a culture of innovation. It’s no accident that countries that embrace innovation are generally more prosperous and more attractive to outside investment. Innovation is clearly a competitive advantage—not just for companies, but [...]
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