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  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 26, 2013 6:11 AM Flag

    Trying to make a positive in all this madness

    Remember this from couple years ago ?

    It's from that interview transcript

    Paul: Now you said that you had some interest from Pharmaceutical companies, from Proctor and Gamble Pharma, GSK, interest in the technology. What kind of things are they talking to you about?

    Bret: Yeah, what they've talked to us about is ... you know, we're not privy to all their detection processes for Q&A, or QA/QC, but they have said that any process that would bring in detection times for any bacteria in their manufacturing and lab processes would be a huge economic savings to them for anything under 24 hours, which with most of the bacteria they're dealing with, from what we've seen, we can detect those bacteria in much less than 24 hours.

    Then, in update April 30 2013

    In late 2012 and early 2013 Nanologix was approached separately by two multibillion dollar corporations regarding business association, development and product usage. NanoLogix has signed Mutual Confidentiality Agreements with both corporations

    Who knows until it comes out but I seem to remember this and then saw that last part of April 30 2013 update. All we can do is guess and cross fingers something happens. Maybe the N-Assay has something to do with this too ?

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    • Interesting, but confidentiality agreements don't mean anything happened. This is just a standard order of business I do before meeting with clients. Now if they signed a NDA agreement related to a contract or MOU that would be more interesting. This could be interpreted as some big whigs talked to nano about their tech then bailed, and didn't want their competitors knowing they were snooping around.

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      • Who know what. But here is what Petro wrote about answers to questions, here is #5

        5. After announcing our first significant sale, why would the CEO not explain a plan for sales or marketing to shareholders that are invested in his company?

        Answer: We have very competitive markets, and a good marketing plan that we are not sharing with anyone at present. We will not reveal how many of which product are being sold. Marketing Plan: manufacture BNF - BNP – Petrie Dishes and sell them! We have had multiple major corporations approach NanoLogix regarding distribution of our products, but the company is not ready to announce the plan until the independent peer-reviewed papers are published. We will not compromise the integrity of the research so will not disclose the research & results until the people that did the work publish their results in peer-reviewed journals. Independent third party research means that, independent and NanoLogix can not directly influence reports, timing of publication, or where they are published. People don’t publish paper about technology that does not work.

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