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NanoSensors, Inc. Announces Reorganization of Executive Management Team and Redirection of Operations
Date:9/13/2007

of Ocean Fresh Seafood, Inc., a position he has held since December 1975. In addition, Mr. Coutu has been the general partner of Coutu Enterprises Real Estate since January 1978.

Josh Moser was appointed as our Vice President and Chief Operating Officer on August 3, 2006 and has been our Corporate Secretary since June 2006. Mr. Moser has extensive experience in finance, restructuring and operating companies in the technology, manufacturing and service industries, including structured financing arrangements and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to working with NanoSensors, Mr. Moser provided management consulting services, including serving as Interim Chief Financial Officer at Chuckwalla, Inc., a privately-held software company. From September 2002 through February 2005, Mr. Moser was a Vice President with Sherwood Partners, Inc., a business and financial advisory consulting firm that assists commercial lending institutions and venture capital firms in managing and structuring corporate turnarounds.

Pursuant to the separation agreement with Dr. Wong, NanoSensors agreed to pay or provide him with the following: (a) a severance payment equal to six months of his base salary, which amount shall equal $72,000, payable in accordance with our regularly scheduled pay dates for employees, (b) an additional amount of $5,125 for unused vacation benefits, (c) a restricted stock award of 1,364,629 shares of common stock under our 2006 Equity Incentive Plan, and (d) the accelerated vesting of all options granted to him under our 2006 Equity Compensation Plan, along with the continuation of the exercise period for the duration of the original term of such options. In consideration of the foregoing, Dr. Wong provided NanoSensors with a general release and agreed to comply with the restrictive covenants of his employment agreement with us (dated August 3, 2006), subject to a modification of the covenant against competition. However, in the event NanoSensors elects to comm
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