LANSING, MI–November 30, 2010- Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, Inc. (KBLB) announced today the release of a short video featuring interviews with the Company CEO and a leading member of the scientific team outlining the Company’s technology breakthrough and its commercial potential. The video released today describes the Company’s recent commercial and technological breakthroughs that have garnered the attention of scientific and trade publications.
The six minute video features the Company’s founder and CEO Kim Thompson. “It’s a whole new ball game,” said Thompson. “We’re launching new technologies and as Kraig moves into commercialization of our discoveries, it’s becoming increasingly important to communicate the vision for our technologies. This video is the first of a two part video presentation outlining our achievements and communicating our vision for the immediate future.”
The video, entitled “Kraig KBLB Breakthrough” is available on the video page of the Company website and on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDP-kdZU_WQ.
Kraig Biocraft Laboratories is a biotechnology company which recently announced the invention and discovery of a scalable genetic engineering technology for the production of new polymers including recombinant spider silks. To learn more about Kraig Biocraft Laboratories and its recent commercial and scientific breakthroughs please visit www.KraigLabs.com.
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