Research Triangle Park, NC, January 29, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Scientists from the Agricultural biotechnology company BioResource International, Inc. (www.briworldwide.com) presented their latest research at the International Poultry Science Forum held in conjunction with the International Poultry Expo in Atlanta from January 23-26, 2012 (http://www.ipe11.org). The poster, presented by BRI Nutritionist Dr. Patrick Biggs, was entitled “Effect of a protease on phytase when fed to broiler chickens.”
According to BRI CEO Dr. Giles Shih, “We are excited to be able to share our latest research findings at the International Poultry Scientific Forum. Some potential customers of our feed enzymes have asked if BRI’s novel proteases are compatible with other feed enzymes such as phytase. We are glad to be able to present our latest research that shows our innovative enzymes play well with other enzymes.”
BRI’s passion is feeding the world healthy sustainable food, through a focus on harnessing technology to improve people’s lives and livelihoods every day. The company develops innovative products that improve poultry and swine nutrition in a cost-efficient manner while reducing the environmental impact of those farm operations.
This is the 63rd annual Expo, which attracted over 20,000 attendees in 2011. According the IPE website, the “show is the world's largest display of technology, equipment, supplies, and services used in the production and processing of poultry and eggs and for those involved in feed manufacturing.”
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About BioResource International, Inc.
BRI is an RTP-based biotechnology company focused on harnessing the natural power of enzymes. Through the discovery and development of innovative animal feed enzymes, BRI hopes to create a future for animal agriculture that is both economically and environmentally sustainable from farm to fork. Founded by father and son team Jason and Giles Shih, BRI has developed two products, Versazyme® and Valkerase®, that are distributed to more than 80 countries worldwide. BRI continues to research science-based solutions to aid growing agricultural and industrial markets around the world. For more information, visit www.briworldwide.com