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ThirdBiotech Announces Kemeta as Newest Sponsor
Date:8/8/2008

PHOENIX, Aug. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- ThirdBiotech Inc., (http://www.thirdbiotech.com), a biotechnology incubator and life sciences association, today announced that Kemeta, a medical device company specializing in the development and manufacture of breath acetone sensing technology and products, has become ThirdBiotech's newest sponsor.

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"We've successfully established ThirdBiotech as an organization for bringing together the life sciences industry. Now with the establishment of ThirdBiotech Research Group Incubator and Molecular Engineering Research Institute (MERI), we have a core competency center to support and facilitate transformation of researchers and technology into biotech and biodevice companies," said Jeff Morhet, Founder of ThirdBiotech. "We are pleased to have Kemeta join our growing group of sponsors including Arizona Cure, BIO5/University of Arizona, Business Auxiliary Service Corp, Canadian Arizona Business Council, Galbut & Galbut, GE Healthcare, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, InNexus Biotechnology and Osborn Maledon."

The next ThirdBiotech event will be held at 6PM on Thursday, August 21st at La Bocca Pizzeria & Wine Bar located at 7th and Mill Avenue in downtown Tempe, Arizona.

About Kemeta

Kemeta has developed a unique, compact breath analyzer to provide individuals on a weight loss regimen rapid and accurate feedback regarding their fat metabolism using breath acetone as the body's biomarker. The company name, Kemeta, is derived from ketone and metabolism.

Kemeta is a privately held, limited liability company headquartered in Mesa, Arizona. Kemeta has a fully equipped, state-of-the-art R&D laboratory to develop, commercialize and expand Kemeta's products and technology. For more information about
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