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September 24th, 2007

NanoLogix Inc. to Present at EBW Expo and Conference 2007

Abstract:
NanoLogix, Inc. a nano-biotechnology company announced it will be an exhibitor and participant in the "Energy from Biomass and Waste" Expo (http://www.ebw-expo.com/visit.htm) at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania September 25-27, 2007.

Company management will staff the NanoLogix booth at the Expo, with Dana Allen, Bret Barnhizer, William Hartman, and Chris Novak in attendance. During Expo information sessions, COO William Hartman will present on the topic: "Hydrogen from wastewater: Continuing Developments", and will be a participant in the "Where Will Energy From Waste Go From Here?" panel discussion.

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nanowerk.com

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