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Industrial Nanotech, Inc. (Pink Sheets:INTK), an emerging global leader in nanotechnology, announced today that the Company's patented nanotechnology based Nansulate® products will be included in a nanoscale science kit for Middle School and High School science classes throughout the United States under a program funded by the National Science Foundation.
"MANCEF ( http://www.mancef.org ), an international organization who's mission includes educating the public about commercialized products using micro and nano technology, in collaboration with the California Science Center and through funding from the National Science Foundation has developed a science kit to be used in the public school system throughout the US," states Francesca Crolley, VP of Operations and Marketing for Industrial Nanotech, Inc. "We are pleased to be chosen as an educational example of applied nanotechnology. As part of our sponsorship of this kit, we will be providing this program with a discounted purchase price on our product as well as developing educational brochures for the schools about the Company's patented products and technology primarily designed for students in Grade 6 - 9. Nanotechnology has been identified as one of the technologies that can contribute significantly to future global warming solutions, so it is important that we begin educating children about the science and this fits in well with our overall strategy of expanding the Company's opportunities to educate the general public about the many beneficial performance qualities of Nansulate."
About Industrial Nanotech, Inc.
Industrial Nanotech Inc. is quickly emerging as a global nanoscience solutions and research leader. The Company develops and commercializes new and innovative applications for nanotechnology. Additional information about the Company and its products can be found at their websites, ( http://www.industrial-nanotech.com ) and ( http://www.nansulate.com ).
Nansulate(R) is the Company's patented product line of specialty coatings containing a nanotechnology based material and which are well-documented to provide thermal insulation, prevent corrosion, resist mold and lead encapsulation. The Nansulate(R) Product Line includes both industrial and residential coatings.
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