Kraig Biocraft Laboratories Announces Patent Filing on Artificial Spider Silk Breakthrough

Kraig Exercises Option for Exclusive Commercial License

SOUTH BEND, IN — (Marketwire) — 09/30/10 — Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, Inc. (OTCBB: KBLB) is very pleased to announce that a provisional patent application has been filed by the University of Notre Dame on the artificial spider silk technology revealed at the Company’s joint press conference yesterday with the University of Notre Dame. The patent filing covers all of the breakthrough technology revealed at the press conference, including artificial spider silk and the methods used to create transgenic silkworms capable of spinning artificial spider silk and recombinant fiber.

Pursuant to the provisions of Kraig Biocraft Laboratories collaborative research and intellectual property agreement with the University, the Company has an option for a global exclusive license to use the technology commercially. The Company is happy to inform its shareholders that it has now exercised that option.

“We built this company with this moment in mind. Our exclusive commercial license was essentially pre-negotiated at the time we entered into the collaborative research agreement,” explained CEO Kim Thompson. “The next few months will be a very exciting time for Kraig as we work toward our vision for commercialization of this new and exciting technology. We are rapidly moving from being exclusively research and development to entering a marketable product and deliverable biotechnology stage.”

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