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January 9th, 2007

pSivida Signs Licensing Agreement with Faber Research LLC

Abstract:
Global bio-nanotech company pSivida Limited (NASDAQ:PSDV)(ASX:PSD)(Xetra:PSI) today announced it has entered into a licensing agreement with US-based Faber Research LLC (Faber) to develop pSivida's proprietary Durasert™, Zanisert™ and Co-Drug™ drug delivery technologies for infectious diseases and diseases of the ear.

This announcement follows an announcement on December 26, 2006 that pSivida entered into an exclusive negotiation period with a major global pharmaceutical company to acquire a worldwide, royalty bearing license to make, use and sell products using pSivida's drug delivery technologies. The pharmaceutical company will make payments totalling US$990k (AU$1.3m) to pSivida for the right to exclusively negotiate a licensing agreement with the Company for a period of three months and to fund the cost of a preclinical study. The commencement of licensing negotiations follows a 12 month evaluation of pSivida's technologies by the large global pharmaceutical company.

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