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mPhase Announces Successful Exhibition at 2008 NanoEurope Conference

Published on September 30, 2008 at 9:54 AM

Leading nanotechnology development company, mPhase Technologies, Inc., today announced that it returned from a highly successful exhibition at the 2008 NanoEurope conference, serving as a Silver Sponsor. During the conference, mPhase held live hourly demonstrations of the superhydrophobic effect showing how water beads up on a chemically treated solid surface. mPhase scientists also conducted two flawless demonstrations of its manually activated reserve lithium battery with a breakable separator designed for an emergency flashlight application on September 16th and 17th.

The NanoEurope conference further allowed mPhase to speak with several European companies and private investors in attendance concerning future collaborations, distribution, and manufacturing of the Smart NanoBattery. The mPhase NanoEurope team also met with financial analysts of Credit Suisse to follow up their research conducted at the beginning of 2008. In addition, mPhase met the design team of a major automotive manufacturer regarding development of the industrial design of the AlwaysReady Emergency Flashlight.

The NanoEurope exhibition, held concurrently with the technical congress, offered companies from a wide range of business sectors a showcase for nanotechnology-enabled products. Representing mPhase, Dr. Fred Allen closed the conference with a discussion on power management in wireless sensor systems and the advantage of Power On Command™ technology while fielding questions from those in attendance.

"We couldn't be more pleased by the NanoEurope exhibition and congress and the positive reception of attendees to mPhase's battery technology," stated mPhase CEO Ronald A. Durando.

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