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January 3rd, 2007
University of Arizona Purchases BioSentry™...
JMAR Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:JMAR) has received a purchase order from the University of Arizona Water Quality Center for a BioSentry™ System to be used in extensive ongoing research for real-time detection, tracking and remediation of bioterror and accidental contamination events within water distribution systems. The City of Tucson is also interested in the planned research to further determine the expected value of installing BioSentry in their water treatment and distribution systems.
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