Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Shapes Up for 2014

May 30, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is in the natural resources and hard asset business. The company is focused on mining barite, ahead of other industrial minerals and metals, at Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe. Mabwe Minerals conducts its operations through its Zimbabwean affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, and WGB Kinsey & Company, a minority-owned subsidiary with over fifty-five years of experience in the mining and construction fields.

The first few months of 2014 marked a number of exciting developments for Mabwe Minerals:

• The company expanded its Dodge Mine mineral & metal property rights from 304 acres to 576 acres across three mountains.

• All pre-production work has been completed with up to 10K tons of barite stockpiled.

• All barite characteristics have been testing identifying the processing equipment requirements to yield API-grade barite (oil & gas sector drilling) and chemical-grade barite (medical/paint/automotive).

• Phase I infrastructure has been completed including primary roads, barite qualification yard, jigging yard, equipment yard, employee & management staff housing facilities, new water wells along with barite & limestone open cast mining pits completed.

• MBMI’s parent/holding company, Raptor Resources, acquired the rest of the mountain range adding an additional 612 acres eliminating all barite competitor encroachments.

• There are no known barite competitors in the region to support the African oil & gas drilling sector in East Africa (Tanzania, Mozambique and Kenya) and Southern Africa (South Africa and Namibia) as well as Angola in West Africa. The closest barite competitor supporting this region is from Chennai, India.

With the global market for drilling fluids expected to reach $14.92B by 2020 and expected to grow at a CAGR rate of 8.2%, Mabwe Minerals will be pressed to meet the growing demands from the African oil & gas sector.

For more information, visit www.mabweminerals.com

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Technology a Promising Solution for Wasted Natural Gas

Houston-based Well Power is collaborating with Canadian company ME Resource Corp. to develop a novel technology that addresses the billions of dollars lost each year in flared natural gas.

Since 2000, gas flaring in the United States has doubled. Aside from the tremendous cost of wasted energy resources, gas flaring has also been known to pose adverse risks to the environment and human populations’ quality of life. When excess natural gas is burned, carbon dioxide is released into the air, which can have tremendous implications for environmental integrity and human health. On a global scale, the National Oceanic Administration Association reports gas flares pump around 400 million tons of carbon dioxide into the air, on the whole. That amounts to emissions from 77 million cars and $10 billion in wasted natural resources.

Well Power and ME Resource Corp.’s solution to this challenge is a mobile and scalable Micro-Refinery Unit, which can be deployed close to wellheads and transform raw natural gas into clean power and engineered fuels, including no-sulphur diesel and diluents. For this novel solution, Well Power holds licensing rights in Texas as well as the first right of refusal for other U.S. states.

The Micro-Refinery Unit is to be made of an assembly of recognized commercial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. With these components, the system will be able to process raw natural gas flows of between 75 Mcf to 250 Mcf, by first conditioning and converting methane and condensates into Syngas (CO and hydrogen). Thereafter, the processing will progress to a Fischer-Tropsch reaction to produce liquid fuel products and clean power, which will be produced from heat generated by exothermic reactions and combustion. In short, the Micro-Refinery Unit will be a mobile, cost-effective way for eliminating the tremendous wasted natural resources and adverse risks associated with gas flaring.

In addition to Texas, Well Power has expressed interest in extending the Micro-Refinery Unit to Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. The company recently hosted a successful webinar, which can be found on YouTube.

More information about Well Power, including its progress, can be found at: http://www.wellpowerinc.com

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VistaGen, Inc. (VSTA) Aims to Breathe Life into Shelved, High Potential Drug Candidates and Revitalize Drug Development

VistaGen is a biotech company applying pluripotent stem cell technology for drug rescue and regenerative medicine with a primary focus on heart and liver cells. A pluripotent stem cell, such as an embryonic stem cell, has the potential to differentiate into a variety of other cell types in a body, making it a valuable component in regenerative medicine.

The term “drug rescue” refers to R&D using small molecule drug candidates that were previously discovered and validated in efficacy studies, but that were dropped during development, prior to FDA approval, due to unexpected safety concerns. VistaGen’s mission is to develop a means to predict these toxicity concerns in early development, before the pharmaceutical developer spends considerable time and money on animal or human testing.

For more than 15 years, the company’s stem cell R&D teams have worked alongside key collaborators to develop proprietary methods for facilitating controlled-differentiation of pluripotent stem cells to produce several types of mature, functional adult human cells.

The result of these efforts are the CardioSafe 3D™ and LiverSafe 3D™ in vitro bioassay systems, which form the cornerstone of the company’s Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube™ platform.

Using mature cardiomyocytes (heart cells) differentiated from human pluripotent stem cells, VistaGen developed its CardioSafe 3D™ to predict toxic and non-toxic in vivo cardiac effects of small molecule drug candidates. LiverSafe 3D™, the company’s second novel stem cell technology-based bioassay system, was developed using mature hepatocytes (liver cells) and was also derived from human pluripotent stem cells.

Unexpected toxicity is one of the top reasons for safety-related drug failure during clinical development. Because VistaGen’s systems use human stem cells rather than animal, cadaver, immortalized or transformed cells, and are three dimensional cultures, its technology more accurately reflects the structures and biology inside the human body, giving it the power yield responses to drug candidates that are more predictive of human drug responses.

VistaGen continues to advance the pharmaceutical applications of stem cell-derived blood, bone, cartilage, heart, liver and pancreatic beta-islet cells, while exploring opportunities to leverage its stem cell technology platform for regenerative medicine purposes.

The company’s goal is to utilize its drug rescue programs to recapture the substantial value invested by pharmaceutical companies and others into once promising drug candidates, and to build a diverse pipeline of new, proprietary small molecule variants of discontinued candidates.

For more information, visit www.vistagen.com

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO): Committed to Environmental Sustainability

Pan Global is a company that’s focused on developing and supporting environmentally sustainable energy and infrastructure projects.

The company’s aim is to give the world a green energy structure, or what the Pan Global refers to as a “green economy.” Pan Global describes a green economy as one that results in improved well-being and social equity, while at the same time significantly reducing environmental risks. In short, Pan Global is interested in creating for the world an economy that’s low carbon, resource efficient, and socially inclusive.

So how is Pan Global going about living up to its mission? The company is focusing on developing investment opportunities. Right now its focus is on sites in India, but the company is not ruling out any location as long as it satisfies its high standards. Pan Global is interested especially in opportunities that involve the following:

• Small hydro power generation projects;
• Solar PV projects;
• Agriculture initiatives that are under controlled growing conditions;
• Mega-watt scale geo-thermal power projects; and
• Green buildings.

Pan Global is actively seeking initiatives like these in India, as the opportunities there promise to be highly sustainable, and also offer a high return on investment.

For more information on Pan Global’s commitment to sustainability, future goals, projects, and plans, please visit www.panglobalcorp.com

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Ecrypt Technologies, Inc. (ECRY) Positioned to Safeguard the Billions of Emails Sent/Received Each Day

May 29, 2014

Worldwide, approximately 183 billion emails were sent per day in 2013, a figure expected to grow to 207 billion per day by 2017, according to technology market research firm The Radicati Group. The same report shows strong growth in the mobile e-mail market, driven higher a culture on-the-go and crave for convenience. For hackers, the numbers represent billions upon billions of opportunities to yank and compromise invaluable data.

Though consumer email accounts make up the majority (76%) of total worldwide email accounts, the business world holds approximately 24% of total accounts, sending roughly 101 billion emails per day.

Today’s businesses face an unrelenting and increasing number of dangers, many of them a result of complicated networks built with numerous components that are often capable of addressing new threats, but that fail to close security gaps in traditional solutions. In fact, data breaches and subsequent fines and litigation cost a U.S. business an average of $534 million every year, according to the Ponemon Institute.

As a result of extensive market research and direct collaborations with organizations in multi-billion dollar industries, Ecrypt Technologies has developed a heightened understanding of the business community’s need to maintain confidentiality, prevent data breaches, comply with government regulations, and mitigate litigation risks. In response, the company has developed a powerful suite of security solutions for enterprise, government, and military.

These solutions empower organizations with the freedom to focus on the business at hand, freely communicating and collaborating without spending valuable time, money, and resources worrying about the risk of liability, reputation damage, competitive threat, and other negative outcomes.

The flagship Ecrypt solution, Ecrypt One, is an integrated email and encryption server that can be quickly deployed to reinforce the security of corporate communication, including email attachments and mobile devices, while eliminating phishing threats, malware infections, and spam. The technology also eliminates the need for separate encryption servers.

Ecrypt also offers security consulting, beginning with a review of existing security practices and technologies to identify security risks and threats, followed by recommendations for improving these tactics. Ecrypt will also educate an organization’s management and staff on the best procedures, policies, and practices to protect the company’s valuable information, whether it is stored or shared.

As the threat of hackers grows in proportion with increasing interconnectivity among businesses and consumers, Ecrypt has positioned itself to benefit from data confidentiality regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), as well as from global, growing demand for secure communication.

For more information visit www.ecryptinc.com

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Colt Resources, Inc. (COLTF): Playing Strong on Gold in Portugal

Colt Resources is a Canadian-based exploration company that focuses on acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. The company’s mining properties are in Portugal and Canada, where it holds 100% ownership in all of its projects. In Portugal, Colt Resources has emerged as one of the largest holders of mining and exploration rights and also has become one of the most significant gold and tungsten lease portfolio holders in the mineral-rich European country. Colt Resources Portugal mining assets contributes around 92% of the company’s portfolio, and Portugal has a mining friendly jurisdiction with reliable infrastructure and known mineral potential. A complex and diverse geologic formation provided Portugal with significant potential in base and precious metals, as well as strategic mineralsand rare earth elements. Changes to mining policy encourages investment in mineral exploration in Portugal, which was one ofEurope’s largest producers of copper, tin, and tungsten concentrates and an important exporter of industrial and ornamental stones. As the Portuguese government strengthens its forward-looking economy, the country has encouraged mining as a key factor.

In Portugal, the company holds a total area of 2,162 square kilometers, in which it was granted mineral exploration rights for the Montemor gold exploration concession. In Montemor, it holds a wholly owned experimental mining license for Boa Fe gold projects, where it has 47 square kilometers of total mining area. The Boa Fe belt is estimated to contain several parallel gold mineralized zones and various gold deposits such as Banhos, Casas Novas, Chaminé, Ligeiro, and Braços.

Apart from the Boa Fe gold project, Colt Resources also received an experimental mining license for Tabuaco for its tungsten project. Tungsten is known as a strategic metal, primarily used for industrial purposes. These two projects are expected to be in production in next 18 to 36 months. Colt Resources already completed the first phase of these two projects in February, where it drilled 32 and 22 holes, respectively, for gold and tungsten. Further, it anticipates an additional drilling of 18,400 feet in the remaining first half of this year. The strong focus on these two projects in Portugal will strengthen its operating performance, which in turn will lead to strong growth.

Projects and Concessions

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Source: Company presentation

Boa Fe gold project: continues to be fast-tracked

The Boa Fe mining project is one of the company’s two advance projects located in the northern central section of the Montemor gold exploration concession, 100 kilometers east of Lisbon. Colt Resources has 100% ownership of this project. The company completed the gold project’s first phase in February, in which it completed drilling 32 holes, and the drilling samples are under testing in Spain. In the first phase the infill drilling program was designed to estimate total recoverable resources from this project. Going further in advance stages, the company will continue the feasibility studies and mine development with expected production in 2015.

The Boa Fe mining area includes a more than 30-kilometer-long major shear zone, which is estimated to have several high-grade gold deposits with significant depth potential. Earlier, these surface zones were shallow drilled and trenched by other operators focused on a 10-kilometer strike length out of an extent of more than 30 kilometers. So the remaining shear zones in the Montemor area are still unexplored, which encouraged the company to focus in this particular area for mining and expects to deliver initial gold revenue by 2015. The initial metallurgical test has shown that gold is easily recoverable here through a combination of conventional methods such as gravity and flotation.

Estimated Resources

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Source: Company presentation

As per the NI43-101 mineral resource estimate in March 2013, it examines only six significant target gold deposits in Boa Fe: Chaminé, Casas Novas, Banhos, Braços, Ligeiro and Monfurado. The estimation stated that potential and economically mineable pit has a cut-off above of $0.44 gram per tons (g/t) Au. So the estimated resource of the grades will have improved returns of around 6.07mt at 1.74 g/t Au (340.31k oz) indicated, or 1.55mt at 1.69 g/t Au (84.20k oz) inferred. This advanced gold project will enable the company to improve operating results upon completion in 2015.

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Source: Company presentation

Moreover, SRK Consulting completed a PEA for this project in May 2013 where it showed different processing approaches that will result in different operating costs, capital requirements, and rate of returns. It identified four options as shown above. Colt Resources has evaluated and chose option C and D for its Boa Fe gold project. As these two options have a comparatively lower cost requirement and associated risk, this can improve the internal rate of return (IRR) for the project. So I expect applying these two processes, the company can achieve a higher return longer term, which in turn will strengthen its financial performance.

Conclusion:

The company’s strong focus and ongoing development of advance gold project in Portugal has a significant upside. With 100% ownership, Colt Resources is expected to realize a tailwind for growth upon completion of the project in 2015. Looking at its estimated recoverable resources and available PEA options, the company will strengthen its overall return structure.

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Innocent, Inc. (INCT) Keeps IP Collection Close

Since 2006, Innocent has kept its focus on exploring and developing oil and gas properties in the North American region. The company runs its operations from its headquarters in Melbourne, Florida and high on the list of its priorities is developing new projects with substantial upside potential, considerable promise and little risk. Retaining its intellectual property (examples below) assists it in achieving this goal.

• Maps and descriptions of producing formations and horizons;
• Isopach map(s) of any tested, drilled through and/or produced formations;
• Historic well logs within developed shut-in field(s);
• Estimated remaining reserves and cash flow analysis;
• Engineering and geology memorandum(s);
• Well completion engineering;
• Tank battery engineering; and
• Water injection well design(s) conducive to areas in Oklahoma and Texas.

Some maps and diagrams within this intellectual property collection highlight areas with proven reserves. The possession of such images creates opportunities, allowing for the leasing of the mineral acreage in the highlighted areas as well as the purchase of undervalued assets and overlooked reserves for potentially pennies on the dollar.

Even as it concentrates its energies on developing proven reserves, Innocent continues to look for ways to minimize the risk of exploration. One way the company reduces exploration risk is by developing proven petroleum reserves, such as the Powder River Basin in Wyoming, which has been studied and shown to have oil-bearing patterns less than 2,500 feet below the surface.

Innocent expects that its continued efforts to acquire and liquidate chosen oil and gas assets will boost its profits. It also plans to boost production levels and create sustainable value by leveraging improvements in oil and gas production technologies. These moves line up perfectly with its narrow strategy to focus on acquisitions and joint-ventures that maximize production capacity.

For more information, visit www.innocentinc.com

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P2 Solar, Inc. (PTOS) Makes Strides with Punjab Mini-Hydro Project

May 28, 2014

P2 Solar operates intentionally and strategically. The Surrey, Canada-based developer of solar photovoltaic (PV) and hydropower projects has been operating for close to 25 years and has been consistent about setting up shop where renewable energy policies are exceedingly favorable.

While the company’s main priority is solar PV projects, it does not hesitate to aggressively pursue mini-hydro power projects as well; simply put, they present a major, albeit secondary, market opportunity.

This year, P2 Solar has made significant strides in moving its renewable energy projects forward in India, especially its mini-hydro power projects.

In mid-April, the company completed the financing need to cover the expenses of Project Rajgarh, one of two small hydro projects it’s developing in Punjab, India. The bulk of the financing was about $200,000 in convertible notes with a conversion price to be negotiated at a later date and the balance was approximately $40,000 in an equity private placement. The company’s capital raising efforts took place over the course of four months.

A few weeks later, P2 Solar received governmental approval for the project. Both the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA), which governs all renewable energy projects in the state, and the Punjab Irrigation Department accepted and approved the detailed project report, a critical step in the developmental path as this report lays out the proposed engineering design, hydrological data and other major factors concerning the project.

Finally, in early May, P2 Solar signed an implementation agreement with PEDA that will allow the company to build, own and operate Project Rajgarh in Punjab as well as use a nearby canal’s water for power generation. Acting in its capacity as the Punjab State’s governing authority for all renewable projects, PEDA set the initial agreement period for thirty-five years with the stipulation that, after those years, both P2 Solar and the agency will mutually decide whether or not to extend the agreement. The other option is for PEDA to purchase the Rajgarh Project outright at market price.

P2 Solar’s management has expressed confidence that Project Rajgarh will become operational on schedule.

For more information, visit www.p2solar.com

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Infinite Group, Inc. (IMCI) Aptly Meets IT Needs of Small-Sized and Medium-Sized Businesses

In its almost-three-decades of existence, New York-based Infinite Group has grown into a leading information technology service and support supplier. Since 1986, the company has provided comprehensive IT solutions for clients of all sizes, ranging from enterprises with just a few computers to government agencies and large-scale corporations with tens of thousands. For full client benefit, Infinite Group has partnered with industry leaders including VMware, HP, Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, and Veeam.

In early May 2014, Infinite Group inked a new partnership agreement with IT protection and disaster recovery solutions provider Unitrends, which solidified a business relationship geared toward the needs of small-sized and medium-sized businesses. The Infinite Group-Unitrends partnership extends to Infinite Group’s clientele the ability to configure and incrementally scale the right solutions mix of on-premise, second-site, and cloud backup and recovery capabilities to address their unique, multi-environment data protection needs. In short, Infinite Group’s clients will enjoy enhanced protection for their critical data as well as greatly minimized timetables for restoration of server functions, when needed.

Infinite Group has been also paying heed to a growing concern for businesses of all sizes: cybersecurity. In March of this year, the company named recognized cybersecurity expert Frank McIntire as Vice President of Sales. The company’s hiring of a well-connected and well-respected cybersecurity authority built on top of the company’s prior cybersecurity industry involvement, via offering of advanced security solutions to governmental and commercial clientele. For this clientele, Infinite Group has offered vulnerability assessment, risk prioritization, risk remediation, phased implementation, education, and training services. McIntire has been tasked with expanding Infinite Group’s client accounts across all business and organizational profiles, inclusive of small-sized and medium-sized businesses.

According to an October 2012 report from Symantec, 83 percent of surveyed small- and medium-sized business reported they had no formal cybersecurity plan. Notably, in 2012 U.S. businesses had an average total data breach cost of $5.4 million. The Ponemon Institute’s 2013 Cost of Data Breach Report noted cybersecurity is a fast-growing concern for small and medium enterprises in the United States.

As small-sized and medium-sized businesses’ demand for IT managed services and data security solutions escalates, Infinite Group is well-positioned for taking advantage of this increased demand. Leveraging a 25+ year reputation for excellence in management of all IT needs, the company looks to strengthen its ability to offer smaller companies its expertise now and in the future.

For more information, visit www.igius.com

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Nutranomics, Inc. (NNRX) Beefs Up Marketing Campaign to Compete in Flourishing Nutraceutical Industry

The nutraceutical industry is expected to reach $75.3 billion in 2017 and grow at a CAGR of nearly 6% between 2013-2017, according to Research and Markets. Dietary supplements are the dominate driver of the industry, gobbling up 37% of market share, followed by functional food and functional beverage segments. Increasing consumer awareness and pursuit of a balanced diet and proper health not only fuels demand for nutraceutical products, but also serves as a catalyst for new product developments.

Since its founding in 1995, Nutranomics’ focus has centered on the research and development of plant-based nutritional dietary supplements, skin and body care products, and transdermal patches. The company rolled out its first product line in 1997, and in addition to continual progression of its own formulas, also private labels and provides custom manufacturing for several supplement companies in national and international markets.

Nutranomics CEO and founder Dr. Tracy K. Gibbs and his experienced management team are preparing to kick-off a marketing plan to increase brand visibility and capture its share of the burgeoning nutraceutical market.

Over the past 18 years, Nutranomics has built an industry reputation of offering superior food and plant-based products blended from the highest quality sources. To ensure this caliber of product, the company employs its own Quality Team that chooses and approves the raw materials and suppliers used in the manufacture of its products. Each batch of materials undergoes a stringent testing process to verify purity, potency and quality. All of the company’s facilities are cGMP compliant in FDA-approved.

Because Nutranomics sells internationally, the company’s products must also meet the higher quality of standards of other countries, such as Japan, where the company achieved triple-digit sales growth in the first quarter of 2014, compared to the prior quarter.

Using its increasing brand awareness and first-quarter performance as momentum, Nutranomics and its new sales team are trained and gearing up to execute the company’s 2014 global expansion goals.

For more information visit www.nutranomics.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Eyes Diversification of Offerings as Key to Growth

Publicly traded Great Plains Holdings specializes in acquiring controlling ownership in small to middle market companies. The company operates currently through two wholly owned subsidiaries. They are Ashland Holdings, LLC and LiL Marc, Inc. These two subsidiaries create a diversified business model enabling the company to achieve various revenue streams.

Ashland Holdings, LLC centers its attention on the acquisition and operation of commercial real estate such as apartment buildings, self-storage facilities and manufactured housing communities for senior citizens. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building, an 800 square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations and two neighboring parcels of land.

In a recent interview with QualityStocks, president, director and Chief Operating Officer Denis Espinoza stated, “We are not taking any compensation. We are debt free. We’re sitting on $1.4 million in cash, which is unheard of for a small company of our size — a developmental company. We’re very excited for the future,” says Espinoza.

While describing the operations of its Ashland subsidiary, Espinoza took note of the fact that company executives have a strong position in the company and how this position affects acquisition potential.

“We are very fortunate that we were able to – our executives were able – to buy stock in the company and inject some money in; bring some new life into it… By us being able to inject money in the company we were able to acquire real estate in a debt-free manner. That allows us to be aggressive when we’re looking for properties… we walk in the door and it’s amazing what you can do with cash nowadays,” he says.

LiL Marc, Inc. is Great Plains’ principal business activity. This activity involves the manufacturing and marketing of training urinals for boys in the United States. The LiL Marc boy’s potty training urinal looks like the full sized urinals found in public restrooms but is manufactured in proportion to the smaller size of toddlers in training. In unison with the roll-out of an ambitious marketing campaign, Great Plains’ management team is building a client list of retailers with physical locations to participate in the broader retail market. While executing its advertising strategy, management sees growth and widespread distribution of the LiL Marc trainer going forward.

For more information about the company visit http://www.gtph.com

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5BARz International, Inc. (BARZ) Issues Letter to Shareholders

5BARz International, a technology leader in “last mile wireless connectivity” solutions for mobile network operators around the world, issued a letter to its shareholders today.

Key Developments & Highlights of the Letter:

• 5BARz provided updates since the launch and commercialization of the 5BARz Network Extender device in Barcelona in Feb. 2014; the launch was met with extremely positive reception by the industry seeking solutions for improved coverage within their networks
• Continued discussions with collaboration partner for testing and qualifications on their network and is in preparation for product delivery in the near term
• Elaborated further on its product development, testing and qualifications to multiple network carriers in four market regions: LATAM, India, Africa, and the U.S.
• Reported on its previously announced manufacturing partnership with Flextronics, the world’s leading manufacturer of consumer electronic products, to expand 5BARz’ manufacturing capabilities to serve the rapidly growing global market demand

To read the Letter to Shareholders in full, please visit: http://ir.5barz.com/shareholder-letter.

NeuroMama Ltd. (NERO) Neural Tech Powered Search Engine and Apps Drawing Positive Attention in Competitive Browser Space

NeuroMama, a leading innovator in neural search technology, is in position to make an impact on worldwide web user search habits. NERO has developed a unique internet search method that uses neural technology principles to add natural, rational reasoning and learning capability to artificial intelligence systems. The technology is derived from many years of work with Russian research and development centers for mathematicians, engineers and behavioral psychologists. Included in this group is an experienced team of application developers from several countries. Patents have been filed in both the US and Russia for the technology.

The NERO app leading the way for the company is the NeuroMama web browser. The NeuroMama browser is fast, easy to use, helps you manage your bookmarks and is customized with the latest features to help its users surf the Internet. Users get pure organic search results with NeuroMama.com which is believed to be the world’s only neural technology powered search engine.

The NeuroMania app offers a fun, friendly connection to old and new friends who share your lifestyle, interests and profession. There are also photos and updates from friends in NERO’s News Feed. Other features include the ability to share what’s new in your life on a user timeline, the capability to become a member of an Interests Page while getting notified when new posts are added, sharing posts, photos and videos, quizzes, polling and more. There is also Neuromania Messenger which enables users to chat with friends and family directly from the desktop using the Neuromania white-labelled Windows desktop app.

Forbes projects online advertising will outdistance TV advertising by 2016 with more than $76 billion in worldwide advertising sales. Though Neuromama will face behemoth competitors such as Google and Bing, the company references a 2013 study published by the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology that indicates while sales and market power go hand-in-hand, in the case of search engines, a competitive edge equates to capacity and quality.

In the highly competitive browser space, Neuromama’s strategy is to deliver a suite of offerings with differentiators that fine-tune search engine results that are highly relevant while integrating the product with the broader NeuroPlatform. This platform includes e-commerce, entertainment, retail, and wholesale offerings.

For more information on the company, visit www.NeuroMama.com

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WordLogic Corp. (WLGC) in Talks with Mobile App Provider to Boost User Base by Millions

WordLogic is a predictive intelligence technology company that creates patented solutions for mobile devices, tablets and desktops. The company is currently in discussions with a mobile app provider with millions of users, which, if added, would result in an increase in WLGC’s revenue via integrating Reach™ Advertising Search into its mobile platform.

Reach™ is intelligent messaging technology that allows users to add context-aware information into messages, emails and forms without needing to switch through other apps or search their devices. It works by intelligently accessing information from contacts, map-based locations, calendar entries, local deals, and other apps. The Reach™ platform instantly provides its joint venture partners with a boost to their revenue streams via contextually relevant advertising.

“With WordLogic’s upcoming release of Reach™, it is perfect timing to develop joint ventures with well-known applications that already have millions of users,” stated WordLogic Chief Executive Officer Franklin R. Evanshen. “These applications can share in the ad revenue that Reach™ generates while enhancing each user’s experience. Applications with a strong presence could generate millions of dollars in additional recurring revenue with our contextually aware technology.”

WordLogic Corp., based in Vancouver, British Columbia, develops, markets, licenses and sells advanced predictive platform software that expedites information discovery and text input. The company’s innovations operate on a wide variety of devices including smartphones, PCs, cell phones, Smart TV, media players, automotive navigational systems, infotainment and game consoles. WLGC’s intellectual property portfolio includes six issued U.S. and European patents. The company also has three pending U.S. patent applications.

For more information on the company visit www.wordlogic.com

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New Contracts and Acquisition Will Strengthen Cash Position of Armco Metal Holdings, Inc. (AMCO)

May 27, 2014

Armco Metal Holdings has entered into a stock purchase agreement to acquire 100% of Draco Resources for about $46 million. Draco Resources is a wholly owned subsidiary of Metawise Group, and it explores, mines, and trades mineral resources such as metallurgical coal, iron ore, chrome ore, and manganese ore.

Acquisition of Draco will help Armco generate substantial cash flow. Metawise has rights to sell approximately 5 million metric tons of iron ore fines from its facility in Theodore, Alabama. Metawise has entered into a commodity distribution agreement with Draco Resources. Through this agreement, Draco will purchase iron ore fines from Metawise and resell it to third parties. From March this year, Draco has started monthly shipments of 55,000 to 165,000 metric tons of iron ore fines to China. As it can sell 5 million metric tons of iron ore, the company expects to continue shipments to China for at least the next four years.

Demand of iron ore in China is expected to be strong in coming years due to incremental production of steel. For the next four years, China’s steel output is expected to grow at the rate of 4% per annum, which will lead to more iron ore imports. With expected demand, Draco Resources can continue selling its iron ore fines in China, at the similar rate, which will positively impact Armco’s revenue.

Recycling business is another growing story

Armco Metal feels that its metal and steel recycling business will boost the company’s overall revenue. The metal recycling business, which accounts for about 26% of Armco’s total revenue, is expected to grow due to depletion in natural resources, and growing unprocessed scrap metal. Last year, the company sold approximately 154,821 metric tons of scrap metal which helped it to generate a gross profit of about $2.9 million. However, in the first quarter of this year, the company reported a loss of about $1.4 million due to low metal scrap prices and reduced sales. In the first quarter of this year Armco sold only 8,049 metric tons of scrap metal in comparison to sales of 23,001 metric tons in first quarter of last year.

To safeguard its sales margin, Armco started implementing a platform strategy sales model in 2013. Under this model, it is trying to increase involvement of its partners and customers in the complete process, from purchase of raw material to sale of final processed metal scrap. By implementing this model, Armco shares most of the expense required for importing raw material and selling processed scrap steel with customers. Doing so, Armco lowers its market risk related to price of raw material, and it helps to increase sales with less or no additional working capital. It mainly generates profit through fees for processing the unprocessed scraps of customers in its facilities.

The following examples show how implementing its platform strategy will improve Armco’s metal recycling business prospects:

1. Expanding its processing capability:

In May, Armco entered into scrap steel distribution contract with Tewoo Metal International Trade Co. of Tianjin, China. Under this agreement, Armco will source, process, and distribute steel scrap for Tewoo Metals. Initially Tewoo will ship about 2,000 metric tons of steel scrap to Armco, which could further increase.

2. Trying to reduce customer default:

In the second half of last year, Armco’s working capital was hampered due to customer defaults. To reduce such risks, the company is entering into contracts with customers in which most of the cash expense for importing and transporting scrap steel is managed by the customers. In April, Armco entered into an agreement with Midland resources on similar terms. Under the deal, Midland will use its importing licenses to import scrap steel, while Armco will act as a sourcing agent for it, and it will also process the unprocessed scrap steel. Hence, most of the expense will be taken care of by Midland, while Armco will generate profit through its processing capability.

3. Trying to tap opportunities in other parts of the world:

In March, Armco signed a long-term scrap steel supply agreement with another company, Mitsui Shanghai. Armco will source, process, and supply scrap metals with various specifications and standards. Mitsui Shanghai is the subsidiary of Mitsui & Co, Japan, which is one of the largest Japanese trading companies, with trading operations in various parts of world. Hence, by entering into an agreement with Mitsui Shanghai, Armco can get a deal in Japan or Mitsui’s other trading areas, too.

Mitsui Shanghai currently purchases 15,000 to 20,000 metric tons of steel scrap per month, and it has future expansion plans. Another salient feature of the contract is that Mitsui will pay in advance for buying raw materials as well as final product, which will be produced after processing at Armco’s facilities and thus strengthen Armco’s cash position.

Armco expects more such deals this year, which will further improve its processing capability as well as cash flow.

Conclusion

Armco Metal is trying to strengthen its cash position by entering into long-term contracts under its metal recycling business. In addition, acquisition of Draco Resources will positively impact its revenue due to stable demand of iron ore in China. Overall, I recommend investors hold this stock.

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Global Payout, Inc. (GOHE) Pursues New Contracts and Clients

San Diego, California-based Global Payout thrives on the strategic relationships it has built with issuing banks, stored value processors and payment processing platforms as well as its marketing alliances which reach around the world. Led by a team of experts in national and international payment delivery solutions, Global Payout has widespread experience in developing and implementing customized payment options that are linked to banks, payment processors, and card associations and that provide the company’s clients with a one-stop solution that addresses their requirements and any challenges in their payment delivery process.

Global Payout is presently striving to make 2014 a breakout year in sales revenue, new contracts, and new clients.

In keeping with this goal, Global Payout recently won a new contract to provide recurring payroll disbursements to the employees of a multi-national customer. The customer, ADB Private Limited, will make use of Global Payout’s proprietary MoneyTrac Consolidated Payment Gateway (CPG) and international prepaid cards for over 5,000 of its employees; additional contracts are also likely.

ADB has committed to using the MoneyTrac Consolidated Payment Gateway and debit card as its chosen method for making recurring biweekly payroll payments. The CPG, a ground-breaking payment platform, facilitates easy and economical access to payroll disbursements, money transfers, cash access, and account management for its customers and their constituent cardholders. The payment gateway is also designed to make payroll disbursements cheaper for the user, and simpler and more convenient for the payment recipient.

The Global Payout/ADB agreement calls for ADB’s instant purchase of 5,300 co-branded, prepaid debit cards. Once the CPG is activated, ADB’s employees and constituent cardholders will receive immediate access to their payroll earnings on a prepaid debit card due to the payment gateway’s capabilities. The co-branded, prepaid debit cards will provide instant access to employee wages and function like any other debit card by allowing the employee/recipient to make ATM withdrawals, online purchases, money transfers, and general spending purchases at retail locations.

The average disbursement is expected to be about 700 euros every other week for all 5,300 employees. Global Payout will generate significant revenue from this contract while providing substantial payroll savings costs to ADB Private.

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Infinite Group, Inc. (IMCI) Comprehensive IT Services and Support Buoyed by Well-Timed Cybersecurity Focus

Infinite Group, which has made quite a name for itself providing comprehensive, scalable IT services and support for SMEs as well as larger commercial enterprises and government agencies, has become increasingly focused on high-growth areas like cybersecurity in recent years. The company even appointed a former Air Force and Pentagon program leader, Frank McIntire, earlier this year in March, doubling down on their commitment to handling the growing cybersecurity threat to American businesses.

The company is making all the right moves to position themselves ahead of the pack in this space, which is thriving on the back of the need to handle huge amounts of data in order to successfully detect and thwart advanced attacks, while also allowing for innovation and new business initiatives. IMCI is geared up to exploit the mounting market potential here, mixing new cybersecurity product and consulting options into their IT solutions portfolio and bringing an industry veteran like McIntire onboard is a real strategic masterstroke. McIntire used to direct IT operations at KPMG Consulting, as well as at Oracle, supporting wide-ranging DoD, U.S. Intelligence and related commercial clients’ operations, making him the ideal candidate to spearhead IMCI’s redoubled cybersecurity efforts.

Given that just a few days ago five members of China’s PLA were announced by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder as having 31 criminal charges brought against them for economic espionage and trade secret theft (as well as other related crimes) against at least six companies, including Alcoa, Westinghouse and US Steel, IMCI sure seems to have timed their increased cybersecurity focus extremely well. This was a historically unprecedented move by the U.S., formally accusing another nation of economic espionage and the event really throws a spotlight on IMCI’s capacity as a trusted GSA (General Services Administration) supplier of solutions to government. IMCI is drawing considerable attention as abroad-spectrum IT solutions and support provide which demonstrably has technical expertise, as well as the industry-leading partnerships, to get the job done. It’s a market where trust goes a long ways and the hiring of McIntire, a USAF Academy graduate and trusted industry insider, is an extremely positive indicator for IMCI moving forward. McIntire should be quite instrumental helping to grow this segment of the company in coming years, as increasing emphasis by IMCI is placed on cybersecurity education services, as well as services related to phased implementation of secure IT solutions, risk prioritization/remediation, training, and vulnerability assessment, all high-growth areas of the segment with immense revenue-generating potential.

The company’s growing cybersecurity vector also dovetails nicely with IMCI’s latest partnering, as an agreement signed early this month with physical, virtual and cloud-based protection and disaster recovery outfit, Unitrends, naturally complements the growing security emphasis. Multi-environment backup, as well as archiving and disaster recovery capabilities, give clients peace of mind when it comes to shielding their critical data from being compromised by disaster (hacking included) and the extremely robust mix of on-site, second-site and cloud backup that will now be included in IMCI’s portfolio of solution offerings, roundly strengthens the company’s already impressive scalable IT solution set.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Pursues Real Estate Assets

Great Plains Holdings has followed an interesting path since it was founded in 1999. From a name change (from LILM to Great Plains Holdings) in 2013 to better reflect its direction to diversify businesses interests, Great Plains is moving beyond its retail beginnings. Through Ashland Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary, the company is making strides within the real estate sector and committed to further diversifying this division of the business. Ashland not only acquires but operates a number of income-generating properties, including apartment buildings, self-storage facilities, and manufactured home communities for seniors.

Nowadays, Great Plains is straddling the line between aggressive and conservative growth when it comes to its real estate pursuits. In the first few months of 2014 alone, Ashland has advanced its parent company’s rapid expansion with two key moves.

In January, Ashland finalized the purchase of two adjoining parcels of land in Wildwood, Florida. The estimated 0.9-acre acquisition came intact with a mobile home and a sizeable 1,400 square foot corporate office building that Great Plains and Ashland intend to partly use as office space and partly lease for income. The property was acquired at a steal at less than $50,000 and has the potential of growing in value, as property records indicate it sold $250,000 prior to the real estate sector crisis in 2008.

In April, Ashland partnered with TexStar Energy on the lease of a 150-acre property in Guadalupe County, Texas, which holds an estimated 3 million barrels of recoverable oil reserves. Ashland entered into this partnership through a private placement investment in a joint venture run by TexStar Energy and, in line with the agreement, will receive income based on the net revenue interest on the lease.

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Zenosense, Inc. (ZENO) Cites Recent Media Attention Supporting Need for its MRSA Detector

Zenosense, a healthcare technology company with a focus on developing and marketing a device for use in healthcare settings to detect the Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) “Super-Bug,” acknowledges a several recent and relevant articles in the media regarding MRSA and Super-Bugs.

One such recent report comes from CBS News in which they cite a study showing MRSA is taking up residence in people’s homes as well as healthcare settings:

According to the lead researcher at Columbia University Medical Center, MRSA is now endemic in households. The findings were published on April 21, 2014 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, based on a study of 161 New York City residents who contracted MRSA infections between 2009 and 2011. It was determined that people’s homes were major reservoirs of MRSA strain USA300, which is the leading cause of community MRSA infections across the United States.

ScienceDaily has reported on an article in The New England Journal of Medicine about a new highly-resistant MRSA bacterium:

University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston’s international research team has identified this new superbug which caused a bloodstream infection in a patient in Brazil. This case is the first reported bloodstream infection caused by a highly vancomycin-resistant MRSA bacteria. Vancomycin is considered the reference standard and least expensive antibiotic used for the treatment of invasive MRSA.

U.S. News has reported on Electronic Cigarette vapor appearing to increase the virulence of MRSA:

An abstract from a study conducted by the University of California-San Diego and the VA San Diego Healthcare System claims that MRSA cells exposed to the e-cigarette vapor in the lungs of mice with pneumonia were three times more likely to survive than MRSA cells not exposed to the vapor. The lead researcher attributed the greater virulence to a change in pH, causing the MRSA bacteria to become defensive and less vulnerable to attack.

Zenosense is a detection device development company based in Valencia, Spain. Its mission is develop, market and sell an effective MRSA detector, by way of licensed-in technology, for sale to healthcare providers for use in clinical settings.

For more information on the company visit www.zenosense.net

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Kallo, Inc. (KALO) Streamlines Healthcare Solutions

May 23, 2014

Kallo is a healthcare provider that provides centralized solutions to address the healthcare and business issues faced by Ministries of Health, hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare organizations.

The company’s products aim to improve the quality and efficiency of these organizations’ healthcare processes. Kallo’s technology has the ability to transform healthcare delivery through its rural healthcare, disease management, and clinical globalization solutions.

Healthcare organizations can place their trust in Kallo because its products are not just of high quality and effective, but they comply with international, national, and regional standards. With this weight alleviated from their shoulders, Kallo users can focus on their important tasks without worrying about compliance. Kallo’s products are also regulated by the company’s stringent quality control standards, ensuring maximum performance, every time.

Kallo, Inc. has had two important developments so far in 2014. In January, the company announced that it signed a supply contract with the Ministry of Health in the Republic of Guinea for an approximate sum of $200 million dollars. Kallo will be implementing customized solutions for the Republic of Guinea, something the company thinks it could eventually repeat in other countries.

Then, in February, Kallo announced that it selected Dell Canada to design and built the IT infrastructure for its healthcare delivery systems. Representatives from Kallo stated that they were excited to partner with a company that has international name recognition and top-tier products, and believes it will only benefit Kallo’s own international branding in the future.

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New Drilling Technologies Add Fuel to Flaming Oil & Gas Industry – Innocent, Inc. (INCT) Has Taken Notice

May 22, 2014

The year 2012 marked the fourth consecutive year of increased U.S. proved reserves of crude oil and lease condensate, with proved reserves of oil exceeding 33.4 billion barrels for the first time since 1976. According to the latest figures from the Energy Information Administration (EIA), oil and gas exploration and production companies operating in the United States added 4.5 billion barrels of crude oil and lease condensate proved reserves in 2012, an increase of 15.4% from 2011 and the largest annual increase since 1970 when the U.S. increased its proved oil reserves by 10.3 billion barrels of Alaskan crude.

New horizontal drilling techniques such as fracking have enabled producers to bore into and unlock layers of rock formations that were once unreachable.  In 2013, U.S. crude production surged to its highest level in 25 years driven by a shale drilling boom that is bringing the nation one step closer to energy independence. This boom is expected to boost the U.S. to the world’s largest producer by 2015, according to the International Energy Agency, five years sooner than its previous forecast.

While big oil and gas companies are undoubtedly taking advantage of the industry growth, increased proved reserves and technologies has also fueled growth in both the number of small oil and gas businesses and in exploration and drilling opportunities.

Innocent, an emerging oil and gas exploration and production company focused on developing properties in North America, is particularly concentrated on the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, which is heating up to what many are calling the state’s second oil boom.

Wyoming has a strong history of oil production, with forecasts that the state produced approximately 63 million barrels of oil in 2013, which would place it eighth in the EIA’s U.S. crude oil production rankings, per the February 2014 Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS).

Innocent’s strategy to capitalize in this growing market is to minimize its risks by developing proved petroleum reserves and by maximizing its profit through acquisition and liquidation of discerningly selected oil and gas properties.

The company’s specialty is in identifying and acquiring low-risk, high-upside properties coupled with substantial exploration potential, fully leveraging improvements in oil and gas production technologies to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value.

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Raptor Resources Holdings, Inc. (RRHI) Zeroes in on Derbyshire Stone Quarry

Raptor Resources Holdings is a natural resources company in the business of acquiring, exploring, and developing mineral resource projects. This Freehold, New Jersey-based company is presently focused on mining projects in Zimbabwe, but is also constantly on the lookout for other seasoned mining opportunities and viable hard assets that have the potential of creating additional revenue for its shareholders.

Raptor Resources’ Zimbabwean affiliate, TAG Minerals Zimbabwe (Private) Ltd. (TAG-Z), recently acquired 100% ownership rights to the Derbyshire Stone Quarry, an established mining company ideally located in a prime residential area in southern Harare, a high-growth area within close proximity to major roadway projects.

The Derbyshire Stone Quarry is also the largest indigenous sand and stone quarry in the Harare area. Managed and operated by WGB Kinsey & Company, an experienced mining operator and one of Raptor Resources’ strategic partners, this seasoned granite quarry produces decomposed granite, crusher run, quarry dust, pit sand, washed river sand, 10mm stone, and 20mm stone.

Raptor Resources previously expressed its commitment to build assets within its TAG Minerals subsidiary, which is focused on viable hard assets, mining companies, and developing greenfield resources that feature high-value minerals and metals.

In the first three months of 2014, Raptor Resources demonstrated its ability to quickly work toward its asset-building goal through the acquisition of the Derbyshire Stone Quarry, a mature granite quarry in volume production, as well as through its acquisition of 100% of the greenfield resource Raptor Mine, which targets copper and nickel, for further development.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) On Pace to Capitalize on Global Renewable Energy Segments

Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that comes from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and geothermal heat.  Renewable energy replaces conventional fuels in four distinct areas: electricity generation, hot water/space heating, motor fuels, and rural (off-grid) energy services

While global renewable energy’s growth rate is trending at an 8% increase year-over-year, environmental technology company Pan Global is positioning itself as a credible contender in the solar and hydropower segments of the green energy industry.

Operating through its wholly owned subsidiary, Pan Asia Infratech Corp., PGLO focuses on environmentally sustainable energy, technologies, and infrastructure.  The company uses a growth strategy centered on the acquisition or development of green energy operations in India – a country whose energy grid challenges are historically well-documented.

As part of this plan, Pan Asia Infratech in the fourth quarter of 2013 entered into a stock purchase agreement with Regency Yamuna Energy Ltd. for the sporadic acquisition of Project Badyar, a 5.7 megawatt, small-hydro power plant in northern India. Pan Global has retained a global engineering consulting company to conduct visits and inspections of the project site on the company’s behalf.

With the Badyar project 95% complete, projections from commercial operations for late spring indicate that the plant is expected to generate annual revenue of approximately $1.95 million per year for the life of the project, which is 35 years under India’s Uttarakhand Electricity Regulatory Commission 2013 regulations and the Power Purchase Agreement.

In addition to its work in the small-hydro power segment, Pan Global is focused on the development of various other green energy opportunities in India such as solar photovoltaic, controlled-growth agriculture, mega-watt scale geo-thermal power projects and more.

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VistaGen Therapeutics, Inc. (VSTA) Joins HESI Cardiac Safety Committee, Sees Collaborative Benefits

VistaGen Therapeutics, a biotechnology company applying pluripotent stem cell technology for drug rescue and regenerative medicine, reports that it is now a member of the Cardiac Safety Technical Committee, Cardiac Stem Cell Working Group, and Proarrhythmia Working Group of the Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI).

Using mature cardiomyocytes (heart cells) differentiated from human pluripotent stem cells, VistaGen developed its CardioSafe 3D™ bioassay system to predict the in vivo cardiac effects, both toxic and non-toxic, of small molecule drug candidates with greater speed and precision than the traditional, surrogate safety models most often used in drug development. The company’s pluripotent stem cell-derived heart cells and CardioSafe 3D are vital components of its Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube™ platform and drug rescue programs.

Ralph Snodgrass, Ph.D., VistaGen’s president and chief scientific officer commented, “We look forward to collaborating with leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic, and regulatory members of the HESI’s Cardiac Safety Technical Committee, and related working groups, to help advance, among other goals, the FDA’s CIPA initiative, which is focused on developing innovative preclinical systems for cardiac safety assessment during drug development.”

HESI, a global branch of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI), boasts a membership roll that includes most of the world’s largest biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies for which it provides an international forum to advance the understanding of scientific issues related to human health, toxicology, risk assessment, and the environment. ILSI is a nonprofit, worldwide organization whose mission is to provide science that improves human health and well-being and safeguards the environment.

Operating from its headquarters in San Francisco, California, VistaGen contends that better cells lead to better medicine and that the key to making better cells is controlling with precision the differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells, which are the base cells of the human body.

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WordLogic Corp. (WLGC): Revolutionizing Touch Screen Communications

WordLogic Corp. has over ten years of advanced research and development behind it to position the company as a world leader in predictive text input and data retrieval technologies. The company has foundational patents in phrase prediction, word chunking, and cloud based dictionaries.

The company’s iKnowU Gen4 keyboard is essentially a touch screen keyboard that will come up with expected phrases to aid when writing text. The technology is similar to the older T9 technology in cell phones where the cell phone tries to guess the next phrase you are writing, but far superior, as iKnowU gives you tabs with a range of suggested phrase options. The REACH platform allows retrieval of data from other applications on your notepad or smart phone without having to apply a cut and paste to place the data from one application to another. The iKnowU keyboard is positioned to bring predictive text input technology to a far bigger mainstream group of users.

Predictive technology refers to a fairly large body of information technology tools capable of discovering and analyzing patterns in data so that past behavior can be used to forecast likely future behavior. For instance, the principle reason the National Security Agency (NSA) is performing the highly controversial bulk collection of all telecommunications data of every single American citizen is to mine the data and use predictive technology to attempt to forecast and predict a possible terrorist attack. What heightens the controversy is that standard investigation techniques appear to be adequate. For instance, the CIA issued several warnings to the Bush White House regarding the possibility of a terrorist attack, which were not followed up on. Second of all, the handful of terrorist attacks the NSA have claimed to prevent don’t seem to stand up to scrutiny as other ongoing investigations were occurring simultaneously, and lastly, this system of data collection which can be viewed as a massive intrusion of privacy. So it’s debatable if such vast amounts of data can be effectively used to find patterns to exploit and make predictions. The haystack is ever growing while searching for needles.

However, there are literally hundreds of useful applications of predictive technologies to better our lives ranging from weather prediction to stock market analysis. It was advances in linguistics that ultimately led to the development of predictive text input technology.

The scientific study of language, linguistics, tends not to capture as much public attention as other scientific fields. However, advances in linguistic analysis have, for instance, allowed for the archeologist and anthropologist to be able to determine what specific period of time a text of writing has originated. One area of linguistics introduced the notion of natural languages. The idea is that the ability for children to learn a language appears inherently innate as it is the first thing they learn and formal education doesn’t appear necessary for children to begin learning the language. So there is perhaps some underlying universal grammar inherent in our minds even before we are socialized with others in our lives.

Attempts to find a universal grammar inherent in all languages led to the development of computational linguistics. This involves applying statistical analysis to the structure of phrases. Developing from these studies was semantic analysis in which one tries to identify patterns in the relationships between the terms and concepts contained in an unstructured collection of text. From this one can develop rules such as noting that words used in the same context tend to have similar meanings. Once you have a collection of such rules, one can then apply probability values to the appearance of a particular word or phrase. This basically underlies the algorithms for predictive text input technology.

Statistical analysis of language has essentially become a dead end in linguistics as it has not really shed any light on the nature of the underlying origin of language. Think of making films of activities outside your bedroom window. After you collect lots of data, you may be able to make future predictions of what to expect to see out your window at a future time. However, no further understanding of why the phenomena outside your window is understood by such an analysis, which requires further scientific exploration. So basically, statistical analysis just creates more data.

The latest studies in linguistics have even been challenging the fundamental doctrine of subject. It has been firmly held since this particular science began as a study, that the primary purpose of language was to fulfill the sociological need for communication. Newer studies apparently indicate that the fundamental purpose of language is to fulfill the biological need to interpret thought, and communication is secondary. It is now recognized that a language incorporates a unique cultural view of the world, and once a language is lost, so is that world view. Hence there are groups of linguist dedicated to saving dying languages, such as the Native American Wampanoag language that was saved in the 1990s. In Italy, you have grandmothers unable to communicate with their grandchildren because they speak a dying dialect, and linguists have been working to save those as well.

While computational linguistics has not led to new science, it certainly is leading to important practical applications. WordLogic Corp. with its platform of technologies is clearly positioned to be a global leader in those applications and create a revolution in the way businesses and people communicate with each other via touch screen devices.

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