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January 30th, 2006

Sense Holdings Expands Scientific Staff at ORNL

Sense Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:SEHO)(FWB:OUP), a developer of next-generation biometric and explosive detection security technologies for government and commercial security markets, has dramatically increased the size of its scientific research staff based at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where it is accelerating product development of a breakthrough, ultra-efficient MEMS-based handheld explosives detection device.


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