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NanoSensors, Inc. (BULLETIN BOARD: NNSR) announced today that Mr. Robert Coutu has joined its Board of Directors.
Robert Coutu Joins the Board of Directors of NanoSensors, Inc.
SANTA CLARA, CA | Posted on July 19th, 2007
Mr. Coutu presently serves as the president of Ocean Fresh Seafood, Inc. (http://www.oceanfresh.com/), a position he has held since December 1975. Ocean Fresh Seafood sells both international and domestic species of fish and shellfish. In addition, Mr. Coutu has been the general partner of Coutu Enterprises Real Estate since January 1978. From April 1989 to December 2002, Mr. Coutu was associated with other companies in the seafood production and distribution business and in home construction and has acquired significant experience in pursuing and developing new businesses, investments and mergers and acquisitions.
"We are delighted that Robert Coutu has been appointed to NanoSensors' board of directors," said Ted Wong, NanoSensors' Chairman and CEO. "Robert has proven leadership abilities and demonstrated experience in starting, growing and managing companies through various stages of growth. With his experience distributing seafood throughout the world we will be working to introduce our biosensor product to the seafood industry. We welcome his contribution on our Board and his role will be invaluable in building our Company."
"I look forward to contributing to the efforts of NanoSensors' board of directors," said Mr. Coutu. "I am excited to be involved with an innovative technology company and will take an active role and lend my financial and marketing expertise in the strategic decisions that will enable the future growth of this Company."
About NanoSensors, Inc.
NanoSensors, Inc. was incorporated in December, 2003 and is a nanotechnology development company based in Santa Clara, California. The Company's principal business is the development, manufacturing and marketing of sensors and instruments to detect biological, chemical and explosive agents, principally a sensor device to detect e.coli and salmonella in food and water.
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