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MS Tech, a world class designer, manufacturer and innovator of advanced detection sensors announced today the establishment of the company's Scientific Advisory Board. MS Tech's Scientific Advisory Board will provide strategic oversight and direction for the company's R&D efforts.

MS Tech Announces the Establishment of its Scientific Advisory Board: The Scientific Advisory Board will provide strategic oversight and direction for MS Tech's Sensor R&D Center

Hertzeliya, Israel | Posted on October 12th, 2009

The Scientific Advisory Board will be chaired by Moshe Shalom, MS Tech's Chairman, President and Co-Founder, and includes leading scientists, academic professors and technology experts from leading research institutions.

"MS Tech's Sensor R&D Center uses a broad range of scientific disciplines," said Doron Shalom, CEO of MS Tech. "Our Scientific Advisory Board members have extensive experience and will help ensure that all the Sensor R&D Center's activities adhere to the highest scientific standards when working on our next generation of detection products."

The Scientific Advisory Board will advise the company on a wide range of matters related to nanotechnology, chemical sensing, biological chemistry, electro-chemistry, bio-medical diagnostics, food inspection and public safety standards.

"We look forward to sharing our expertise with leading scientists in the fields related to MS Tech's sensor technology and our business divisions," explained Doron Shalom. "I am delighted that we have attracted such a prestigious Scientific Advisory Board. This group will play an important role in guiding our ongoing expansion into the food safety and bio-medical diagnostics markets. Combining their expertise with our technological track record will allow us to offer even more beneficial products and solutions."

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About MS Tech
Headquartered in Hertzeliya, Israel, MS Tech is a world class developer, manufacturer and innovator of advanced detection sensors. MS Tech's technology is based on its award winning and patented High Frequency Quartz Crystal Microbalance (HF-QCM) sensors, which represent a scientific breakthrough in the detection and identification of materials in gas, vapor and liquid phases. MS Tech's innovative sensor technology is environmental friendly with widespread applications in several market sectors, including bio-medical diagnostics, food safety & product inspection, security & people screening, fire & smoke detection, water & air monitoring and aerospace. MS Tech's Sensor R&D Center currently develops, manufactures and supplies customized HF-QCM sensors to its six business divisions: MS Food Safety, MS Medical, MS Detection, MS Safety, MS Cleantech and MS Aerospace.

MS Tech invites inquiries about the application of its sensor technology for the development of new products through strategic and commercial partnerships.

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