Nano-Terra Signs Technology Collaboration Agreement with Nestec Ltd.: Companies Collaborate to Develop Advanced Pet Product Packaging Solutions and Manufacturing Processes

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Nano-Terra, Inc. (http://www.nano-terra.com), a privately-held company focused on the commercialization of industrial applications of surface chemistry, announced today two technology collaboration agreements with Nestec Ltd.

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We look forward to working closely with the Nestec team to support their work in developing new fabrication methods for processes and packaging products that will enhance their industry-leading line of pet care solutions.

    Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will work together to use new techniques to develop and bring to market advanced next-generation pet product packaging solutions and manufacturing processes.

"Nestec and Nano-Terra share similar goals - to continually investigate ways in which we can use science to modify existing materials, create more efficient manufacturing techniques, and develop better commercial packaging. Working together, we can enhance both the products' effectiveness and their manufacture," said Carmichael Roberts, Vice Chairman and co-founder of Nano-Terra. "We look forward to working closely with the Nestec team to support their work in developing new fabrication methods for processes and packaging products that will enhance their industry-leading line of pet care solutions."

Nano-Terra is a privately-held research and development company which has field-exclusive licenses to more than 50 patents on work done by co-founder Dr. George Whitesides at the renowned Whitesides Lab at Harvard University, where he is the Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor. He is the recipient of the 2007 Priestley Medal.

The company leverages its intellectual property through co-development and other agreements with Fortune 500 industrial and manufacturing companies and the U.S. government. Nano-Terra's scientific methods can be used to fabricate advanced materials and devices that enhance existing products or create entirely new products in a broad range of areas. These include: smart materials and surfaces; flexible electronics such as displays and electronic packaging; fuel cells, batteries and solar power devices; sensors; industrial products and processes; and a wide range of consumer goods. For more information, visit http://www.nano-terra.com.

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