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BioSentry features on network newstest broadcasts

JMAR Technologies : 16 January, 2009  (New Product)
Broader exposure for the BioSentry water-borne threat detection system achieved with prime time network TV broadcast
CNBC recently aired a BioSentry video news release on Thursday, January 15, 2009, on "Squawk Box" and "On the Money".

The 90-second video was seen by an estimated 4,000,000 people and was also distributed to 190 cable stations nationwide through the Independent News Network.

In the event of a bio-terrorist attack on the US water distribution system, BioSentry could help prevent economic and political disruption, widespread sickness, and fatalities from contaminated water that goes undetected until it is too late. JMAR is alerting the public, our government officials and the incoming Obama Administration about the benefits of using BioSentry. To raise further awareness, JMAR attended the conference 'Shaping the Obama Administration's Counterterrorism Strategy,' at the CATO Institute this week in Washington, DC.

"Instead of spending taxpayer dollars on multiple risk assessment analyses of the probability of a bio-terrorist attack on US water distribution systems, the government could alleviate the public's vulnerability now by implementing BioSentry, which provides real-time detection," said JMAR's Chief Executive Officer, Neil Beer, PhD. "We can provide a cost effective, proven technology to prevent devastating economic and public health consequences from a waterborne contamination event. Being prepared for such an event reduces the risk to US citizens."

Frost & Sullivan recognised BioSentry as the leading innovative approach to water quality monitoring and selected JMAR for their 2008 Biological Detection Product of the Year Award.
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