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Explosive sniffer technology on show at aviation security exhibition.

Implant Sciences : 25 October, 2007  (New Product)
Implant Sciences will demonstrate its desktop explosive detection equipment, Quantum Sniffer at Canadian aviation security event.
Implant Sciences will exhibit its Quantum Sniffer technology for the detection of trace explosives, including its commercially available QS-H150 portable and QS-BTS Benchtop explosives detectors, at the AVSEC World 2007 exhibition. AVSEC World 2007, one of the premier international aviation security events, will be held at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver, Canada from October 30, 2007 through November 1, 2007. Senior executives and other Corporate representatives will be available at Booth #32 to meet with customers, distributors, vendors, investors and any other parties interested in learning more about the Company, its technology and products.

Phillip Thomas, Implant Sciences President and CEO, commented, "AVSEC World 2007 is a gathering of senior aviation security professionals from the world's airlines, governments, airport authorities, law enforcement agencies and security equipment manufacturers, which provides a forum to see how industry is responding to the security challenges that are faced in this day and age. We look forward to the opportunity to meet with these professionals and discussing new strategies, approaches and technologies, such as those offered by Implant Sciences, which could facilitate the efficient and secure operation of civil aviation in a diverse and growing worldwide market."
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