Applied Biomimetic American Dairy Products Institute

6 May, 2019
For Public Release

Gaithersburg, MD ‐‐ Applied Biomimetic, a leader in the convergence of polymer and protein membrane technologies, participated at the Annual Conference of the American Dairy Products Institute in Chicago this week.

William Harvey, Applied Biomimetic Vice President, remarked “This organization represents the dairy industry not just within its members, but also serves as conduit of trends of dairy product end users, regulators, and governments. The ADPI really sets the tone, values and strategy for the dairy industry.

We are proud to be a member of this organization, and look forward to helping drive change, especially in the adoption of new technologies that contribute to higher facility productivity and the development of value‐added dairy products.”

More information on the ADPI can be found at

About Applied Biomimetic A/S:

Applied Biomimetic is a leader in the convergence of polymer and protein membrane technology. We have developed a high‐performance membrane platform for water, life science, enzyme, food, and dairy separation applications.

Our core technology is based on new chemistry and manufacturing methods to achieve highly permeable membrane material with narrow molecular size exclusion cut‐off. By adding an active protein layer, the membranes will separate constituents at the ion level. We specialize in block copolymer synthesis and lamellar phases self‐assembly. Applied Biomimetic holds global patents for the concept of embedding proteins in a proprietary polymeric membrane structure. We are also recognized as a leader in the expression, purification, and production scale‐up of porins from biological sources as well as synthesis of various types of polymeric amphiphiles.

We foresee a number of new innovative applications for our technology platform that may be established at a later stage, e.g. new delivery mechanisms for pharmaceuticals, new coatings for contact lenses, and more effective products for the cosmetics industry.