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HzO Inc., the Utah based start-up behind the revolutionary WaterBlockTM technology, was named one of the year's top innovators by the NanoBusiness Commercialization Association (NanoBCA). NanoBCA promotes the funding of research and development within nanotechnology and honors the industry's top companies each year by compiling a list of the most innovative.

HzO Among 2012’s Top Nanotech Innovators

Salt Lake City, UT | Posted on September 6th, 2012

HzO received honors as a top Emerging Innovator in recognition of WaterBlockTM, a proprietary nanotechnology that invisibly protects electronics and sensitive materials from water, humidity, and other liquids.

"We redefine the way electronics can be used," said HzO President and CEO Paul Clayson. "WaterBlock™ not only protects smart phones, tablets, and other valuable electronics from the inside out but liberates the way vital tools can be used in inclement weather, on the water, or even under the water. This honor from the NanoBusiness Commercialization Association recognizes our technology and the paradigm shift it is creating."

In addition to attending the yearly Nano-manufacturing Summit, where nominees will be honored for their contributions, Mr. Clayson has been asked to give a presentation on how HzO and WaterBlock™ are "helping to lead the industry."

Other corporations being honored this year by NanoBCA include Apple, Samsung, Amgen, and Bayer.

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About HzO Inc.
HzO’s proprietary WaterBlockTM is cutting-edge technology that protects valuable electronics from water, humidity, and other liquids. Powerful and invisible, WaterBlockTM protects on the molecular scale. HzO is commercializing WaterBlock in consumer electronics, military, solar energy, first responder devices, marine, industrial and other markets. Visit http://www.hzoinside.com for more information.

About NanoBusiness Commercialization Association

NanoBusiness Commercialization Association or NanoBCA, for short, is a 501(c)(6) trade organization dedicated to promoting the commercialization of nanotechnology and helping companies bring affordable, life-improving nanotech products to the market. They actively represent members of the organization on Capitol Hill in order to create a positive policy climate for nanotechnology, and also on Wall Street where they draw the attention of the global financial community to this high-potential sector and to their member companies through their annual NanoBusiness conference. Visit www.nanobca.org for more information.

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Jason Arias
801-268-1900

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