The Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture Highlights DelVal Alumni’s Success – Lampire Biological Laboratories

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The Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture is highlighting the success of Delaware Valley University (DelVal) alumni, Greg Krug ’77, and his booming business, LAMPIRE Biological Laboratories. During his time at DelVal, Krug learned about the connection between animal science and biological products for humans. Today, Krug is the founder and president of LAMPIRE. The privately held, international biotech life science company employs 140 team members and manages more than 600 acres spanning multiple laboratories and farms and houses more than 5,000 animals representing over 20 species.

A multifaceted company, their passion for high-quality in-vivo research continues to grow and the biological reagents and raw materials that they produce are shipped worldwide and used across many applications including those in the diagnostic, pharmaceutical, biotech, environmental and cosmetic industries. LAMPIRE specializes in custom polyclonal and monoclonal antibody development and contract manufacturing.

For those who may not know what that means, the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture will be hosting a Zoom meeting for a fascinating view into the way STEM skills and knowledge form the background for leading-edge technology on Thursday, February 2 at 1 pm.

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