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Home > News > Dr. Paul Gilman Elected to Board of JMAR

April 21st, 2005

Dr. Paul Gilman Elected to Board of JMAR

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The Board of Directors of JMAR Technologies, Inc. has elected Dr. Paul Gilman, founding director of the Oak Ridge Center for Advanced Studies (ORCAS), as its newest member effective on April 22, 2005 to fill the vacancy resulting from the resignation of JMAR's founder, Dr. John S. (Jack) Martinez.

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