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Distinguished Committee Includes "Father of the Cell Phone," Martin Cooper
Manhattan Scientifics (Pink Sheets:MHTX) announced today that Dr. Arthur Kaufman has joined its Science and Technology Committee, whose members include Martin Cooper, father of modern wireless communications; Donald J. Sandstrom, former MST Division Leader at the Los Alamos National Laboratory; and Terry C. Lowe, former CEO of Technanogy Inc., the world's first and largest nanotechnology incubator.
Dr. Kaufman was a co-founder of H-Power, a leading company in the hydrogen fuel cell industry. He holds B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering from MIT, the University of Florida and the University of Connecticut, respectively. He has received a Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from the University of Connecticut.
Manny Tsoupanarias, CEO of Manhattan Scientifics, said, "We are pleased that Dr. Kaufman will join our committee as his presence will enhance our ability to investigate and validate any new or present initiatives in the alternative energy sector."
About Manhattan Scientifics
Manhattan Scientifics, Inc., www.mhtx.com, is a technology developer that nurtures financially promising technologies with potential global commercial applications. MHTX has offices in Montreal, Los Alamos, N.M. and New York City. It is developing and plans to acquire technologies in a variety of environmentally friendly energy and other people-friendly industries. Copies of Manhattan Scientifics’ press releases and related investor information may be found at www.hawkassociates.com and www.americanmicrocaps.com.
The foregoing press release contains forward-looking statements which are subject to risk and uncertainty which may be beyond the company’s control.
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