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August 9th, 2007

Seattle-based CNT Technologies Promises Aircraft, Automobiles and Space Vehicles That are Lighter, Stronger, and More Fuel Efficient

Abstract:
CNT Technologies, Inc. announced today its recent carbon nanotube fiber award from MICRO NANO 25 as "one of the most innovative products of 2007" selected by the editors of R&D Magazine and MICRO/NANO Newsletter.

"We are encouraged that the public is being informed that we are on the cutting-edge of technology and innovation with our super-strong light weight CNT fiber," stated Robert O'Leary, CEO. The award winning CNT fiber, which is pound-for-pound approximately 500% stronger and stiffer than any engineering material in the world, is grown in a CVD Equipment ET3000 furnace and spun on a computer-controlled spinning machine developed by CNT Technologies.

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