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May 31st, 2007
BioSource Solutions Developing Process to Implement Nanotechnology into Existing Product Line
BioSource Solutions Inc. (Pink Sheets: BISL) -- research and development department is in the process of testing several formulations in their existing product line to implement the revolutionary nanotechnology. This incredibly advanced technology uses the creation and utilization of materials, devices and systems through the manipulation of matter at scales less than 100 nanometers, where 1 nanometer (nm) is one billionth of a meter in size. Nanotechnology creates less waste by building materials from a very small starting point. Sectors producing the greatest revenues using nanotechnology include chemical, mechanical, polishing, magnetic recording tapes, sunscreens and automotive catalyst supports. Since BioSource Solutions product line falls into these categories the Company is diligently pursuing this innovative application. Initially, the Company looks to bring this technology to their recently introduced new line of biodegradable, botanical and biological based products. "Ideally, we would like to see nanotechnology implemented in our consumer household specialty items, as well as our automotive and marine product formulations. It is crucial that while implementing the nanotechnology to these products we maintain their structural and environmental integrity", stated Company Vice-President, Bob Pieroway, Jr. BioSource Solutions receive several inquiries regarding the availability of products that utilize nanotechnology. As the demand for products that use nanotechnology continues to escalate, BioSource Solutions intends to be at the forefront, benefiting economically from this rapidly developing new market.
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