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July 13th, 2004

Biophan Technologies Announces Online Demonstration of New Technology

Abstract:
Biophan Technologies, Inc. announced today the release of a video presentation showcasing the company's MRI-safe SQUIGGLE(TM) ceramic motor technology. "We wanted a visual medium to properly showcase the revolutionary nature of this new motor technology," stated Michael Weiner, CEO of Biophan. "This short video clearly demonstrates to our shareholders and potential customers the advantages of the nano-precise SQUIGGLE(TM) motor as an elegant, MRI-compatible device for drug delivery and other medical applications."

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