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BioForce Nanosciences Announces Executive AppointmentsAMES, IA | Posted on June 15th, 2007
Dr. Henderson, who previously served as the Company's President, commented that Mr. Frey's appointment to the position of President is a credit to his accomplishments thus far, including successful introduction of the Company's Nano eNablerTM system to the market in 2006. "Kerry's experience is ideally suited to BioForce as we continue to grow across multiple markets," said Dr. Henderson. "His insights and energy will be very useful in helping us achieve our goals of continued expansion of the Nano eNabler system's presence in the biotechnology research community and commercialization of the scientific applications being developed by BioForce and our customers." Both Dr. Henderson and Mr. Frey continue as directors of the Company.
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