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BioForce Nanosciences, Inc. Expands Its Global Market. New partnership with Acugenex Limited
Date:9/9/2013

CHICAGO, Sept. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BioForce Nanosciences, Inc. ("BioForce") announced the addition of Acugenex Limited ("Acugenex") to BioForce's international network of partners and distributors. The partnership will help BioForce increase its market share, support capabilities and manufacturing to Europe, the Middle East, Africa and parts of Asia.

BioForce specializes in nanometer-scale manufacturing of instruments, consumables and applications such as the UV Ozone ProCleaner™, Nano eNabler™ Benchtop Molecular Printer, and Surface Patterning Tools ("SPT") for the life sciences, engineering, pharmaceutical and academic industries.

"Acugenex has been established to serve and support the growing nanolithography market in EMEA. There are significant opportunities and demand for molecular printing instrumentation and applications support in this important market, and I am pleased that Acugenex will be able to provide sales and support of this unique and exciting technology with BioForce," said a senior manager of Acugenex.

"With the closing of NanoInk, BioForce is in a unique position to provide molecular printing technology to academia and the nano-tech industry for a wide variety of uses," stated Kerry Frey, President of BioForce. "The partnership with Acugenex will provide BioForce with enhanced marketing, manufacturing, and support capabilities to better serve the needs of our growing customer base."

For further information about this release, please contact Judi Insley, Customer Relations Manager of BioForce at bioforcecorp@bioforcenano.com or leave a voicemail at (515) 233-8333. For additional information about BioForce, you are invited to explore the newly designed
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