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Technology Applications International’s (NUUU) Rejuvel Offers Fresh Approach to Saturated Skincare Market

January 14, 2015

In the multi-billion dollar U.S. skincare industry, skincare products are a dime a dozen. Successful competitors are the ones that approach the market with effective ingredients, strategic marketing, and a touch of exclusivity. Rejuvel Int’l, Inc.’s unique approach to this competitive market is out of this world.

As a subsidiary of Technology Applications International, Rejuvel Int’l benefits from the parent company’s associations and business partnerships. Among these relationships is an agreement with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Using technology exclusively licensed from NASA and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, Rejuvel Int’l’s flagship anti-aging facial product stimulates human fibroblast skin cells and tightens dermal connective tissues for a firm, healthy and youthful appearance.

In recent testing, 100% of the 32 test participants reported “real and noticeable” facial skin improvements using the product for six weeks. In short – you might say that Rejuvel Int’l’s technology was developed on earth, tested in space and is backed by a “seal of approval” from the Space Certification Program.

When it comes to marketing of the product, Rejuvel Int’l is hitting the top consumer outlets and in the fall of 2014 launched an international branding campaign with placements in multiple advertisements in international fashion and health magazines. Rejuvel Int’l’s products were also included in celebrity gift bags at the 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards Show.

As Rejuvel Int’l continues to push into the expanding skincare market, Technology Applications International’s management team continues to position its brand in the marketplace with well-respected associations, strategic marketing initiatives and a growing focus on direct consumer sales and other opportunities.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) REJUVEL Anti-Aging Skincare Line’s Clinically Proven Results Based on 3D Cell Bioreactor Developed by NASA

January 5, 2015

The global market for premium skincare looks to really be heating up of late, with sector powerhouse Estee Lauder (NYSE:EL) executing a string of major acquisitions during late 2014, including facial mask specialists GLAMGLOW and high-end luxury skincare developer Rodin Olio Lusso (whose core product is a luxury face oil), among others. Skincare is the biggest segment of Estee Lauder’s footprint (43%), with over $4.7B in business done during fiscal 2014. Estee Lauder is clearly doubling down on growth performance in the U.S. market with these recent acquisitions and their ambitious agenda is set against a backdrop of roughly 4% forecasted growth for the global prestige beauty market this year, and as much as 5% thereafter.

Such activity from skincare juggernaut Estee Lauder gives investors a clear portrait of the underlying trend lines within the industry and the subsequently crystallizing outlook tracks very well with last year’s guidance from Euromonitor, which showed the strongest growth segment in the anti-aging skin care market to be facial care (forecast to grow at around 13%). Looking at the 2014 report on the skincare industry from global market research and insight firm Mintel, the U.S. anti-aging segment of the skincare market alone was worth over $2.11B during 2013 and the global skincare market as a whole in on-track to hit upwards of $121B by 2016.

The October 2014 report from Transparency Market Research, focusing primarily on the fast-growing Asia Pacific region, estimates a 6.9% CAGR through 2019 for the global facial care market, with an upper limit for the segment somewhere around $40B. The global skincare market is huge these days and premium-grade products continue to gain ground percentage-wise, with facial care in particular rapidly increasing its slice of the overall market, despite already creating over 70% of the skincare market’s revenues.

There is a big push within the industry today by heavy-hitters like Estee Lauder and L’Oreal (EPA:OR) (OTC:LRLCY) to stay on top by securing the best-of-breed products, especially the premium grade stuff, and a growing emphasis on internet sales over brick-and-mortar is helping to drive younger audiences into the premium skincare market. Moreover, a growing number of men are now seeking out anti-aging facial care at younger and younger ages. This trend has been big business for market leaders Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) and Unilever (NYSE:UL), which handle about 62% of the broader men’s personal care market. The Mintel report shows that in the U.S. alone, men’s personal care was up 6.7% from 2012 to hit around $4.1B last year and the report also indicates the market will likely grow to $4.6B by 2019, making it one of the fastest-growing segments in the skincare industry.

One of the hotter properties in this dynamic sector is a small producer of truly revolutionary anti-aging skincare products, Technology Applications International (OTCQB:NUUU), whose REJUVEL line’s key ingredient is created using a bioreactor developed in space by NASA. This exclusively licensed, NASA patented bioreactor system is capable of culturing mammalian and plant cells in a 3D state, just as they would be inside the body. REJUVEL combines the generated biomolecules with other select ingredients, resulting in a proprietary formulation which is capable of actively stimulating fibroblast cells (the primary cells of all connective tissue) in the skin to produce collagen, elastic fibers and glycoproteins, effectively making the skin smoother and softer, without irritation.

REJUVEL has been clinically tested by the staff of the Essex Testing Clinic in Verona, NJ, which is comprised of several PhDs and nurses, as well as clinical study and QA professionals, all of whom have access to a sizeable network of consulting physicians and trained evaluators. In a 6-week, 32 subject study conducted by Essex, 100% of subjects saw smoother, softer skin with improved texture and over 90% of subjects had noticeably healthier, brighter, and more radiant skin. Over 78% of subjects in the study saw a noticeable reduction in wrinkles, while more than 84% saw a noticeable reduction of fine lines, and 87.5% felt like the moisture content in their skin had increased significantly. This study validated the ability of REJUVEL to turn back the clock at the cellular level and to naturally offset the process of aging, where the skin generates fewer fibroblasts as we get older, a process which results in blemishes, sagging, and the formation of wrinkles.

Many other products on the market today simply attempt to temporarily moisturize the skin or use oils to give the skin a temporary boost, often merely being cosmetic in terms of actual efficacy, but REJUVEL actually triggers fibroblasts in the skin to generate the stuff that keeps skin looking and feeling young. REJUVEL is a revolutionary product from a relatively small company within a multi-billion dollar global industry that is doing solid global growth numbers. Investors should keep an eye on the company for further developments as consumers continue to be made aware of the product’s unique benefits through sweeping campaigns and PR efforts currently being undertaken by NUUU.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Subsidiaries Anchored to Multi-Billion Dollar Industries

December 23, 2014

Technology Applications International operates two separate wholly owned subsidiaries, each focused on a key niche of rapidly growing lucrative industries.

The Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. subsidiary operates in the anti-aging segment of the skincare industry, a segment that analysts forecast will reach $114 billion by 2015 in the U.S. market alone. Rejuvel has developed a skincare line of products using technology exclusively licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund (U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498).

The company’s flagship anti-aging facial product works by stimulating human fibroblast skin cells to create a firm, healthy and youthful appearance, and has been awarded a “seal of approval” from the Space Certification program. Recently completed product testing showed “real and noticeable” facial skin improvements in 100% of the 32 test participants.

Rejuvel in October signed a distribution agreement with Meditem Cyprus Limited, designating Northern Cyprus as Meditem’s exclusive distribution territory. Per the agreement, Meditem agreed to purchase from Rejuvel a minimum of $9,000 worth of product per month. Meditem has secured its own local television advertising time as well as print and Internet advertising, vehicle wraps and billboards.

NUUU’s second subsidiary focuses on a drastically different industry. Global demand for water treatment products is expected to increase nearly 6% each year to have reached $59 billion in 2013, according to the Freedonia Group. Within this industry, NUUU’s NueEarth, Inc. subsidiary provides environmental management solutions and water purification techniques using a mobile electron beam accelerator unit which creates high-energy electrons that produce free radicals in the wastewater to decompose organic compounds or pollutants.

NueEarth has identified a number of different markets for this particle accelerator technology, including the removal of pollutants from wastewater, drinking water, municipal sludge and water that’s contaminated by the fracking process.

Taking advantage of the projected growth in the anti-aging and water treatment markets, NUUU is working to establish its brand and subsidiaries in the marketplace through well-respected associations and strategic marketing initiatives.

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The Core of Technology Applications International Corp.’s (NUUU) Diverse Business Model

December 16, 2014

Technology Applications International operates through two drastically separate subsidiaries to maintain a core portfolio trekking toward success. The company’s first subsidiary, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc., produces and sells a line of anti-aging skincare products. NueEarth, Inc. engages in the environmental management and water purification industries.

Rejuvel Int’l has developed its skincare line of products using exclusively licensed technology from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund (U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498). Rejuvel’s flagship anti-aging facial product works by stimulating human fibroblast skin cells that rebuild skin for a firm, healthy and youthful appearance. The company has been awarded a “seal of approval” from the Space Certification program.

In October, Rejuvel Int’l completed a clinical study in which doctors, nurses, clinical study, recruitment professionals, quality assurance and trained evaluators and a large network of consulting physicians at the at Essex Testing Clinic in Verona, New Jersey, tested the skin-care product’s efficacy. Scientific Measurements results after six weeks of use by 32 subjects are as follows:

• 78% of subjects: fine lines/ wrinkles were significantly reduced
• 88% of subjects: under eye discoloration significantly improved
• 78% of subjects: firmness/ elasticity significantly improved
• 97% of subjects: skin moisture significantly improved

Next, NUUU will voluntarily submit these testing claims to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

On the other side of NUU’s business model is NueEarth, which strives to address global water pollution by utilizing e-beam technology to degrade or remove trace quantities of antibiotics and endocrine disrupting chemicals left behind in the conventional drinking water treatment processes. The application of this technology also eliminates the need for treating water with chlorine and chlorination by-products that may be carcinogenic (cancer-causing) or have other toxicological effects with consumption.

E-beam accelerators are one of the most promising alternative technologies for the purification water through advanced oxidation/reduction process induced by high-energy electrons that are blasted into biologically or chemically polluted water. This process enables the ultimate destruction of the buffet of dangerous chemicals in treated water whereas filter-based technologies retain the unwanted contaminants.

While using e-beam accelerators for chemical purification of drinking water, municipal and industrial wastewaters is still considered an “emerging technology,” multiple pilot plants and a few full-scale treatment facilities have already been established around the world. NueEarth’s plan is to develop various applications that will take advantage of the e-beam particle accelerator technology to remove the aforementioned toxicity and pollutants from wastewater, drinking water, municipal sludge and even water contaminated by the fracking process.

NUUU management team is working to establish brand recognition in the marketplace via advancements in its two subsidiaries along with well-respected associations and strategic marketing initiatives that ultimately contribute to corporate growth.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Ahead of the Game in Anti-Aging Skin Care with Exclusively Licensed NASA Technology

December 9, 2014

It’s no secret that people’s lives today are more stressful than ever, leading to a variety of health complications, among which is premature aging of the skin due to chronic psychological and physiological stresses. According to a recent study highlighted in the Dermatology Times, chronic stress is a subject of increasing interest in the field of dermatology as being a major contributor to accelerated cellular aging. For instance, mounting evidence indicates that stress may lead to decreased leukocyte (white blood cells, a vital component of the immune system) telomere (basically a protective end-cap of nucleotides) length and therefore premature aging, since when telomere length is prematurely shortened, the number of replications that each leukocyte can undergo is diminished accordingly (shorter leukocyte telomeres are also prevalent in multiple cancers).

Rising stress levels and prematurely aging skin has created something of a global boom in anti-aging skin care products, especially when it comes to facial anti-aging applications. Offerings like Olay Regenerist, a facial anti-aging brand from Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), is a prime example of the continued strength of this growth market, posting U.S. sales of some $103M this year to lead the entire category. According to global market research firm Mintel, the U.S. anti-aging skin care market alone was worth over $2.11B last year and the Euromonitor data for 2013 on anti-agers shows a roughly $25B market on the broader, global scale (43.5% premium-grade products and 56.5% mass), with a value sales growth of approximately 4% and particularly strong growth of about 13% in the facial care subset. Globally, anti-aging skin care makes up about one quarter of the overall skin care market, which is on-track to hit $121B by 2016, with huge uptake numbers coming from increasingly younger consumers, who are looking to preventatively stave off the onset of aging.

In contrast with products such as Olay Regenerist Regenerating Serum, which is a deep-penetrating (10 skin layers) amino peptide complex, combined with exfoliants to boost cell turnover rate and various moisturizers, the REJUVEL anti-aging products from Technology Applications International’s (OTCQB:NUUU) wholly-owned Renuell Int’l, Inc. subsidiary, are derived using technologically advanced breakthroughs, exclusively licensed with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and the administrators of the TEF (Tulane Educational Fund; New Orleans’ Tulane University). Using a proprietary, patented (UPSTO #6,730,498) technology developed in space by NASA, REJUVEL products are “Space Certified” by the leading nonprofit organization supporting the global space industry, the Space Foundation, whose seal will appear on all of the products. The company even signed an additional exclusive licensing agreement with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston back in September, expanding their initial deal and granting exclusive usage rights to the technology for a wide range of cosmetics and hair care products.

The revolutionary simulated microgravity technology developed in space by NASA uses an electromagnetic field-based rotating wall bioreactor to create three-dimensional biomolecules. These 3D biomolecules stimulate the body’s primary connective tissue cells, called fibroblasts, which generate the essential structural protein of all animal tissues, collagen. The expanded agreement with NASA gives NUUU sweeping control over the commercial distribution and production of plant and mammalian cell cultures created using this revolutionary technology, including, but not limited to, cultures/co-cultures of human dermal cells, as well as induced pluripotent cells (can give rise to all cell types), mammalian stem cell extracts, and plant stem cell extracts.

When collagen breaks down due to various factors like stress, wrinkles form in the skin. The stimulation of fibroblasts, which are responsible for generating collagen and the core components of the extracellular matrix itself (provides structural and biochemical support for surrounding cells), and which are essential for wound healing, can actually reverse the signs of aging in the skin at the molecular level. This sort of technology, made commercially available through REJUVEL brand products, goes way beyond merely moisturizing and exfoliating. REJUVEL products are actually capable of jumpstarting the underlying biological processes in order to enhance the skin’s resiliency, improving moisture and skin tone balance at the source by prompting fibroblasts to produce new collagens, elastic fibers, and glycoproteins.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Fast-Tracks Journey to Global Branding

December 2, 2014

Technology Applications International operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel Int’l and NueEarth, to develop and manufacture technologically advanced skin care products as well as provide environmental management solutions based on electron particle accelerator technology, respectively. Through a strategic license agreement and a series of subsequent initiatives, NUUU utilizes NASA patents for its REJUVEL brand skin creams and shampoos, which are now commercially available.

In July, 2014, NUUU and Rejuvel Int’l signed an exclusive license agreement with NASA for the use of the space agency’s inventions entitled “Growth Stimulation of BiologicalCells and Tissue by Electromagnetic Fields and Uses Thereof” and “Growth Stimulation of Biological Cells and Tissue by Electromagnetic Fields and Uses Thereof.”

The REJUVEL brand of anti-aging facial cream utilizes NASA’s patented technology* to trigger the multiplication of human fibroblast skin cells designed to rebrand the skin for a firm, healthy and youthful appearance.

Per the licensing agreement, NUUU had three months to complete clinical testing of its product and was required to achieve a practical application of the patent by January 2016. With its first deadline approaching, NUUU quickly moved to test efficacy of its skincare products using a team of doctors, nurses, evaluators and physicians at the Essex Testing Clinic in Verona, New Jersey. The team evaluated facial imperfections of 32 subjects and took scientific measurements to determine changes in firmness and elasticity of the skin.

After six weeks of using the products, the subjects reported astounding results (per the company’s recent 10k filing):

• 100% – Smoother and softer skin.
• 100% – Facial skin had an improved texture.
• 100% – Product regimen was gentle and non-irritating.
• 84.4% – Appearance of fine lines on face is less noticeable.
• 78.1% – Appearance of wrinkles on face is less noticeable.
• 81.3% – Improvement in the firmness/elasticity of skin.
• 75.0% – Reduction in the appearance of dark, under the eye circles.
• 84.4% – Skin appeared renewed and discolorations were reduced.
• 87.5% – Moisture content in skin had increased.
• 90.6% – Skin appears brighter and more radiant.
• 90.6% – Skin appears healthier.
• 93.8% – Skin appears refreshed.
• 87.5% – Overall appearance was improved.

Scientific measurements results after six weeks of use are as follows:

• 78% of subjects fine lines/ wrinkles were significantly reduced.
• 88% of subjects under eye discoloration significantly improved.
• 78% of subjects firmness/ elasticity significantly improved.
• 97% of subjects skin moisture significantly improved.

The company’s next step is to voluntarily submit its testing claims to the FDA. Completion of the testing also makes the company eligible to broadcast and market its products on major home shopping channels.

To jumpstart brand awareness, NUUU in October signed a marketing agreement with NY-based Strawberry Bullet to assist with market research and branding services of the Rejuvel facial cream and the subsidiary itself.

Rejuvel’s products have been featured in multiple full-page print advertisements in international fashion and health magazines, and were included in celebrity gift bags at the 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards Show in November.

NUUU has also entered into a distribution agreement with Olgun Emirzade, a director of Meditem Cyprus Ltd., under which Northern Cyprus is a non-exclusive territory for Meditem. Meditem is obligated to sell at least 200 units of skin cream a month for the first year, after which the parties have the option to renew the agreement for an additional five one-year periods.

NUUU has demonstrated its ability rapidly yet strategically secure and accomplish the necessary facilities to foster product development and overall corporate growth. Moving forward, NUUU will continue to pursue international exposure as part of its plan to build a global brand.

*(Licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent Nos. 6,730,498 and 6,485,963 B1 and 6,673,597 B2.)

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Electron Beam Water Purification Technology Expansion Enabled By Core Anti-Aging Skin Care Business

November 21, 2014

Technology Applications International’s (OTCQB: NUUU) core focus is in cutting-edge regenerative skin care products developed through their wholly-owned Rejuvel subsidiary. The company’s top of the line skin care offerings in their REJUVEL line are based around exclusively licensed NASA-patented technologies, like a proprietary RWV bioreactor (rotating wall vessel) that is capable of performing three-dimensional cell culture, producing both plant and mammalian stem cell extracts. Such innovative products allow the company to tap into the sweet spot of a thriving global skin care market, which is on track to hit $121B by 2016, with advanced anti-aging crèmes that appeal to women all over the world, as well as an increasingly lucrative male audience.

The company’s breakthrough facial repair crème product, an anti-aging marvel, is able to actually repair skin at the molecular level by prompting fibroblasts to biosynthesize the collagen, elastic fibers and necessary glycoproteins required to keep skin looking and feeling young. The product naturally compensates for the normal effects of aging, like reduced production of fibroblasts, which generate the extracellular matrix underlying the skin’s structural and biochemical integrity.

Working off of this firm foundation, in an established market that is growing across the U.S., EU and China by leaps and bounds, NUUU is well positioned to tackle the complex focus of their other wholly-owned subsidiary, NueEarth, Inc., which is doing revolutionary work in the critically necessary and underserved water purification markets. Savvy investors may already be well aware of how water, historically not considered to be a profit-focused commodity, is shaping up to be a global heavy hitter, with data points like shale boom-related hydrofracking and the California drought already igniting a firestorm of market making commoditization activity.

Water scarcity is rapidly becoming a major global concern, even in regions not traditionally considered to be arid, providing the logistical basis for a subsequent water market; a market that should form up quite solidly within the next decade, according to Global Water Development Partners, among others. One of the primary causes of water scarcity is pollution from a variety of sources, ranging from energy recovery, mining and industrial agriculture, to burgeoning populations in heavily concentrated cities. Industrial agribusiness has created particularly ominous problems, like the skyrocketing usage of antibiotics (as much as 200k tons globally) among livestock, leading to the stimulated evolution of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.

Moreover, chemicals classified as endocrine disruptors, especially from sources like certain pesticides, which end up in the water like the antibiotics used to treat livestock, pose a grave concern for which even the most modernized wastewater treatment facilities are today ill-equipped. The recent ban on triclosan in Minnesota for instance, shows another pollution source that was hitherto not well understood and which was considered by many to be innocuous. This common anti-bacterial ingredient, found in a variety of cosmetics and personal care products like hand soap, was turning up at alarming levels in various water sources. USGS data even shows triclosan to be among the top 10 persistent contaminants in the nation’s rivers, lakes, and underground aquifers.

Clearly, the need for more effective, broad-spectrum water treatment technologies is immense and will only grow as supplies of fresh, potable water become increasingly scarce. That’s what makes NueEarth’s electron beam accelerator technology so appealing, particularly because the current design is packaged into a semi-trailer-mounted mobile unit, capable of handling high volume throughput of 40 gallons per minute and being moved easily from site to site. This e-beam accelerator technology purifies contaminated water by generating three reactive high-energy species: aqueous electrons, hydrogen radicals, and hydroxyl radicals, collectively capable of effectively destroying/oxidizing organic compounds or pollutants to non-detectable ppm concentrations.

The entire chemical chain reaction occurs in milliseconds, as the electron accelerator’s tungsten wire filament emits a steady beam (25 kW) of high-energy (0.5 MeV) electrons, decimating organic compounds and only raising the water temperature around 1ºC on average under typical operating conditions, all without generating secondary residues or spent media. This is an extremely lightweight and efficient approach to water remediation, and NUUU’s NueEarth subsidiary has plans to develop the e-beam technology into a variety of applications, which will be ideally suited for the primary drinking water, frac water, municipal sludge, and wastewater markets.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Anti-Ageing Skin Care Product Uses NASA-Patented Science to Repair Tissue at Molecular Level

November 17, 2014

The skin is the body’s largest organ and yet the science of skin care is still relatively primitive, even today, amid a global skin care market estimated in market research provided by Statista as growing to over $121B within the next two years alone. Major sector players, like premium skin care-focused Estée Lauder, which led the space last year at around 13% of the overall market, saw strong performance in 2013, with Estée Lauder’s flagship Clinique brand alone comprising a 7% value share in the skin care space, according to Euromonitor’s June 2014 analysis.

New products like blur creams and face oils, prized by women who use these products to make their skin look and feel younger, have shown increased popularity among consumers domestically and abroad. A blend of skin care ingredients and cosmetics, designed to deliver both immediate aesthetic improvement, as well as long term benefits, have come to dominate product types in this market across the board. Euromonitor even pegs the underlying skin care market growth metrics at around 12% in value terms, and at constant 2013 prices, with the facial care segment in particular leading the pack with a slightly higher 13% growth rate, as even more and more men continue to invest in looking their best.

Anti-aging facial care products are seen to be the market sweet spot, with a steady 26% value growth, driven by ageing populations in America, China and the EU, packed with consumers who want to keep their epidermis (the uppermost layer) and dermis (the pre-subcutaneous layer where follicles reside) looking/feeling fresh and youthful. In China, Procter & Gamble HK is the sector leader, with around 13% of the market under their thumb, on sustained receptivity to offerings like their SK-II brand Facial Treatment Essence. Procter & Gamble HK’s success has also been due in large part to sophisticated marketing efforts, which prominently feature a variety of celebrity spokespersons. The ageing HK population is noticeably keen on skin care products, owing to a rich history of attention to skin care among Chinese women, backed by the still strong, nutrient-based traditions of Chinese medicine, as well as a growing cultural exposure to international beauty trends.

One of Technology Applications International’s (OTCQB: NUUU) two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel, is squarely focused on offering consumers cutting-edge skin care products. The company’s flagship REJUVEL brand anti-aging products, that are based on and exclusively licensed from NASA-patented technologies (as well as via Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund), are already seeing increased traction through rapidly expanding distribution channels. REJUVEL uses a proprietary, simulated microgravity producing bioreactor process, which helps yield a scientifically advanced formulation that actually stimulates the most common connective tissue cell type, fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are responsible for synthesizing the extracellular matrix that provides structural and biochemical support in surrounding cells, as well as collagen, the primary structural protein.

The REJUVEL brand’s revolutionary Breakthrough Facial Repair Crème is able to repair the skin and reverse signs of ageing at the molecular level, by triggering fibroblasts in the skin to multiply, firming the skin by rebuilding its cellular structure from the ground up. The patented rotating wall vessel bioreactors used in the manufacturing process are able to create plant and mammalian stem cell extracts. Improved moisture, skin tone balancing and a measurable reduction in wrinkle depth are the kind of highly sought after effects this NUUU subsidiary’s products are capable of. The enhanced resiliency of the skin which results from the product’s use is thanks to extensive R&D into the bioreactor, which was actually tested in space before being field-proven here on earth. The essential ingredient of the REJUVEL formula derived from the bioreactor, is made possible by the three-dimensional cell culture capabilities of the system and the end product’s ability to stimulate fibroblasts’ biosynthesis of collagens, elastic fibers and glycoproteins, naturally offsets the slowing rate of fibroblast generation which occurs in the human body as we age.

Rejuvel has already taken numerous steps to pull down market share from the larger players in the sector with their superb product and has engaged in marketing efforts, with the latest example being how they managed to get the REJUVEL product into celebrity gift bags that will be distributed at the upcoming the 15th annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards this November 20. Broader global branding initiatives are also going swimmingly, with the announcement in mid-November this year that the company has secured a series of full-page print ads in top health and fashion magazines, like Women’s Health and Marie Claire, for their Breakthrough Facial Repair Crème.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Develops Environmental Solutions

November 6, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. is best known for the work its Rejuvel International subsidiary does.

Through Rejuvel International, Technology Applications develops and manufactures skin care products. Currently, the company is launching its Rejuvel brand of high-tech, breakthrough anti-aging skin care products made possible because of special agreements with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Rejuvel International developed this skincare line using a NASA bioreactor, licensed from NASA and the Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, to expand plant and mammalian cells in a three dimensional state.

What is perhaps not as widely known about Technology Applications is that the company has a second wholly-owned subsidiary, NueEarth Incorporated, which is also employing technological advancements to address unmet needs in the environment.

NueEarth develops environmental management solutions and water purification techniques using electron particle beam technology (E-Beam). The E-Beam makes use of a mobile electron beam particle accelerator unit, which creates high-energy electrons, to produce free radicals in wastewater and breakdown pollutants/organic compounds. In the future, the company intends to design various applications that will use the E-Beam technology to remove pollutants from drinking water, municipal and industrial wastewater, sludge and water produced from oil and gas fracking activities.

Technology Applications, together with its subsidiaries, offers a unique set of products, and it has been actively marketing those products to the greater public in order to advance its growth plans. To create value for the company and ultimately its shareholders, Technology Applications has extended the reach of its technologically-advanced Rejuvel brand of products. For months now, the company has expanded its international branding efforts and heightened visibility for the Rejuvel brand. The work being done at NueEarth, which is also focused on technological advancements, has the potential of being just as impactful in the future.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Anti-Aging Cream to be Featured at 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards Show

October 30, 2014

Technology Applications International has announced that wholly owned subsidiary, Rejuvel, will feature its breakthrough anti-aging facial crème within the official Presenter & Performer Gift Bags at the 15th annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards scheduled to be held on November 20, 2014, at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rejuvel’s product is created utilizing technology obtained through its exclusive agreements with NASA.

The Awards Show Gift Bags, otherwise known as “Swag Bags,” are given to celebrity presenters and performers for participating in the awards ceremonies. Talent from previous Latin GRAMMY® Awards shows includes, Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Miss Universe, Natalie Cole, Eva Longoria, Alicia Keys, Shakira, Enrique Iglesias, Carlos Santana and Ruben Blades.

2014 nominees for Record of the Year include “Cambio De Piel” by Marc Anthony, “Respira El Momento” by Calle 13 and “Bailando” by Enrique Iglesias. Nominees for 2014 Best Urban Music Album include “La Esencia” by Alexis y Fido, “De Líder A Leyenda” by Yandel, and “King Daddy” by Daddy Yankee. An all- inclusive list of the 2014 Latin GRAMMY(R) nominees can be found at www.latingrammy.com.

NUUU’s CEO, Charles J. Scimeca, commented, “Including Rejuvel products in the Awards Show Gift Bags provides Rejuvel with valuable access to an often exclusive celebrity market and also supports our continuing effort to build global brand awareness.”

NUUU operates two wholly owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc. REJUVEL anti-aging products are created in simulated microgravity, in NASA developed bioreactors, and promote the body’s own healing abilities. All products are “Space Certified” and are recognized by the Space Foundation as technology that has been developed in outer space. The Space Foundation Seal will appear on all of their products.

NueEarth, Inc. develops environmental solutions using electron particle beam technology (E-Beam). The E-Beam works by using an electron beam particle accelerator unit that creates high-energy electrons that in turn produce free radicals leading to decomposition of organic compounds (pollutants). NUUU has plans to develop various applications to use the E-Beam technology for removal of pollutants from wastewater, municipal sludge, drinking water and fracking liquids.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) is a Great Example of a Successful Technological Spinoff

October 24, 2014

It can be argued that the single biggest question associated with social development is what role government should and should not play. The underpinning justification for modern government is that there are some needs that are shared, needs that cannot be adequately addressed by the commercial motivations of private industry alone, such as national defense, social infrastructure, and basic state or local services like police and fire protection. Few disagree that government has a vital role in these most basic social responsibilities. Beyond that, however, the debate about government involvement is extensive, complex, and seemingly eternal. But government has shown itself to be remarkably productive and beneficial in another lesser known role: driving the development of foundational technologies.

Although technological development is something we’ve come to associate with private commercial interests, history has shown that there are often foundational technologies that are simply too risky or expensive to get the necessary early private support. But government programs have been shown to be surprisingly effective in laying technological foundations that can then be successfully spun off to private industry. The classic example is America’s space program, a huge mission that was undertaken largely for national strategic purposes, but which ended up driving the development and ultimate spin-off of basic technologies that have since grown to become a critical part of modern life, including developments in electronics, materials, software, and even food. Today NASA continues to sponsor research in a variety of areas, uncovering unique technologies which can then be tweaked and monetized by even small private companies in unexpected ways.

A recent example is Rejuvel Int’l, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Florida-based Technology Applications International. Rejuvel is focused on producing, distributing, and selling advanced skincare products. The company developed its skincare line of products by using a NASA developed bioreactor to grow and expand 3D fibroblast cells. The technology is used to trigger the multiplication of human fibroblast skin cells that rebuild skin. The result is a most un-spacelike product: an anti-aging facial cream that the company believes is revolutionary. It’s something that the company could never have begun to develop on their own without the NASA bioreactor, and it’s also a product you would never normally associate with NASA. In the meantime, Rejuvel has been awarded a “seal of approval” from the Space Certification program, setting a new standard for innovation in an industry projected to reach $114 billion in sales by 2015.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Delivers Territory Exclusivity to Meditem Cyprus Limited

October 16, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. has announced that wholly owned subsidiary Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. signed an agreement with Olgun Emirzade, Director of Meditem Cyprus Limited, naming Northern Cyprus a protected distribution territory for Meditem. The terms of the agreement call for Meditem to buy from Rejuvel at least $9,000 USD of product each month. Meditem has made a local television advertising buy along with print and digital advertising, billboards and vehicle wraps.

NUUU’s CEO Charles J. Scimeca, commented, “Considering that the total population of Northern Cypress is just under 300,000, the commitment from Meditem is significant. We welcome their company to our growing distribution network.”

Issuer Direct-Technology Applications International Corporation operates two wholly owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc. NUUU’s Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. is rolling out its REJUVEL brand of breakthrough technologically – its 3-D stem cell extract anti-aging product made in partnership with NASA within an exclusive agreement.

REJUVEL anti-aging products are created in ‘simulated microgravity,’ in NASA bioreactors, and promote the body’s organic healing mechanisms. The company’s products are considered to be “Space Certified” and are recognized as technology that has been developed in outer space. The Space Foundation Seal will be affixed on all of their products.

NUUU’s NueEarth, Inc. subsidiary centers its work on the development of solutions using electron particle beam technology (E-Beam). The E-Beam works by using an electron beam particle accelerator unit which is proven to create high-energy electrons. These electrons produce free radicals which cause organic compounds to decompose. NUUU has plans to create a variety of applications to use the E-Beam technology for removal of pollutants from drinking water, wastewater, municipal sludge and fracking liquids.

The company has to update its shareholders and the public on company developments through additional press releases as events warrant.

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Technology Applications International Corp.’s (NUUU) REJUVEL Brand Launches International Print Campaign

October 14, 2014

Rejuvel Int’l, Inc., wholly owned subsidiary of Technology Applications International, is expanding its market penetration with the launch of multiple full-page print advertisements in popular international fashion magazines such as Marie Claire, New Beauty and Le City Deluxe, as well as international editions of equally as popular Women’s Health and Men’s Health.

The strategically placed advertisements tout Rejuvel’s 3D stem cell extract anti-aging facial cream formulated using exclusively licensed National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) patented technology, licensed from NASA and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund (U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498).

REJUVEL anti-aging products promote the body’s own healing mechanisms. All products are “Space Certified” and are recognized by the Space Foundation as technology that has been developed in outer space.

Advertising in big-name publications is part of the company’s overall strategy to become a world-renowned brand.

“As we adhere to our plan of building a global brand we will continue to increase the exposure of our products to international markets,” Technology Applications International CEO Charles J. Scimeca stated in the news release.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Announces Stellar Results of Rejuvel Line of Anti-Aging Product Clinical Study

October 9, 2014

Technology Applications International has announced that they have completed a clinical study to test the efficacy of their products at Essex Testing Clinic in Verona, New Jersey. Team members on The Essex Testing Clinic staff included doctors, nurses, clinical study, recruitment professionals, quality assurance and trained evaluators and a large network of consulting physicians, all possessing considerable experience in clinical investigation. Team personnel evaluated facial imperfections of each subject and took scientific measurements to determine the firmness and elasticity of the skin to detect change.

The results were considered remarkable. All participants showed real and noticeable facial skin improvements.

After 6 weeks of product use, 32 subjects responded with the following:

• 100% – Smoother and softer skin.
• 100% – Facial skin had an improved texture.
• 100% – Product regimen was gentle and non-irritating.
• 84.4% – Appearance of fine lines on face is less noticeable.
• 78.1% – Appearance of wrinkles on face is less noticeable.
• 81.3% – Improvement in the firmness/elasticity of skin.
• 75.0% – Reduction in the appearance of dark, under the eye circles.
• 84.4% – Skin appeared renewed and discolorations were reduced.
• 87.5% – Moisture content in skin had increased.
• 90.6% – Skin appears brighter and more radiant.
• 90.6% – Skin appears healthier.
• 93.8% – Skin appears refreshed.
• 87.5% – Overall appearance was improved.

Scientific Measurements results after 6 weeks of use are as follows:

• 78% of subjects Fine Lines/ Wrinkles were significantly reduced
• 88% of subjects Under Eye Discoloration significantly improved
• 78% of subjects Firmness/ Elasticity significantly improved
• 97% of subjects Skin Moisture significantly improved

NUUU Chief Executive Officer, Charles J. Scimeca, commented, “The conclusion of this clinical study fulfills the requirements to be able to broadcast on home shopping channels, such as the three major networks, Home Shopping Network, NASDAQ trading symbol ‘HSNI,’ QVC owned by Liberty Interactive Corporation, NASDAQ trading symbol ‘LINTA,’ and ShopHQ, a subsidiary of ValueVision Media, NASDAQ trading symbol ‘VVTV.’ Our next step is to voluntarily submit our testing claims to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA).”

Technology Applications International Corporation has two wholly owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc. NUUU’s Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. is rolling out its REJUVEL brand of advanced breakthrough anti-aging skin care products, in large part made possible by way of its exclusive agreements with NASA, licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund (U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498).

REJUVEL anti-aging products are developed in NASA developed bioreactors using simulated microgravity. The process is instrumental in creating skin care products that promote the body’s own healing mechanisms. The company’s products are “Space Certified” and recognized by the Space Foundation as technology that has been developed in outer space.

“Cruelty Free,” Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. is a company that does not conduct new animal testing in any phase of product development either directly or indirectly through their laboratories or suppliers. Rejuvel is a member of the “Leaping Bunny” program (www.leapingbunny.org).

NUUU’s NueEarth subsidiary focuses on the development of environment solutions using electron particle beam technology (E-Beam). The E-Beam works by using an electron beam particle accelerator unit that creates high-energy electrons, which produce free radicals leading to decomposition of organic compounds (pollutants). The company anticipates developing various applications to use the E-Beam technology for removal of pollutants from wastewater, drinking water, municipal sludge and fracking liquids.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

October 6, 2014

Today before the opening bell, Technology Applications International reported its agreement to be featured in The Small Cap QualityStocks Daily Newsletter, QualityStocks Daily Stocks, and QualityStocks Message Boards.

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks is dedicated to helping emerging public companies with their investor communications efforts. QualityStocks is a free service that collates data from hundreds of Small-Cap online Investment Newsletters into one Daily Newsletter Report.

NUUU conducts business operations through two wholly owned subsidiaries. These subsidiaries are: Rejuvel Int’l, Inc., which developed its skincare line of products using a NASA bioreactor, licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498, to expand plant and mammalian cells in a three-dimensional state; and NueEarth, Inc., a developer of environmental management solutions and water purification techniques using a mobile electron beam accelerator unit.

“An important aspect of our growth strategy is to enhance brand awareness and market reach to add value to our company and ultimately to our shareholders,” stated NUUU Chief Executive Officer Charles J. Scimeca. “We’re excited to work with QualityStocks to connect our image and messaging with the broader investment community to achieve these objectives.”

NUUU will benefit from the far-reaching extent of QualityStocks’ many communications vehicles, including its QualityStocks Newsletter, Video, Blog, and other marketing tools. They will help drive greater investor awareness of the Rejuvel brand, maintain communication and transparency with current and future investors, and raise the investing public’s awareness of NUUU as a whole.

“NUUU has a unique portfolio of products and is aggressively moving to market these items to the consumer and investment communities. We’re honored to partner with the company in this season of growth and will leverage our network and audience to relay its progress to company shareholders as well as potential investors,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Taps Strawberry Bullet for Marketing Expertise

October 2, 2014

Technology Applications International has announced that it has come to an agreement with Strawberry Bullet, a New York City based advertising agency. The terms of the agreement call for the agency to assist NUUU’s wholly owned subsidiary, Rejuvel, with branding services and market research for its anti-aging facial crème. Strawberry Bullet will also be involved in copywriting and advertising spot purchases on local and national television networks.

Principals on the marketing team are Raymond Nadeau, Maximilian Williamson and Melissa Miller.
Nadeau is an international, award-winning marketing professional with an established track record by way of his work as a creative director, copywriter, trend authority, branding expert, author and television journalist. With documented success in a variety of categories around the world, his most notable accomplishments are well known among the beauty and fashion industries.

Maximilian Williamson is a director, writer and motion graphics artist that has worked for renowned brands such as National Geographic, PBS and Capitol Records, Sephora and MAC Cosmetics.

Melissa Miller is a marketing strategist and creative content producer who specializes in the beauty, fashion and luxury industries. Miller has worked with Purple Lab, SkinMedica, Jenni Kayne, Tesla Motors, Fault Magazine and Modern Luxury Media.

NUUU’s Chief Executive Officer, Charles J. Scimeca, added, “Strawberry Bullet LLC and their principals have a proven track record of creating brand awareness through their work in the beauty and fashion industries. We look forward to achieving the same level of success that they have brought to their prior clientele.”

Technology Applications Corporation has two wholly owned subsidiaries, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc. NUUU’s Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. is launching its REJUVEL brand of anti-aging skin care products that are made possible because of its agreements with NASA. REJUVEL anti-aging products are created in simulated microgravity, in NASA developed bioreactors, to create high quality skin care products that promote the body’s own healing mechanisms. All products are “Space Certified” and are recognized by the Space Foundation as technology that has been developed in outer space. The Space Foundation Seal will appear on all of their products.

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Technology Applications International Corporation (NUUU) – A High-Tech Skin Care Product Developer

October 1, 2014

Technology Applications has two wholly-owned subsidiaries: Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc. Lately, there has been quite a bit of buzz surrounding Rejuvel’s business activities. The company is in the midst of launching its own line of high-tech anti-aging skin care products, made possible due to agreements with NASA. Rejuvel’s offerings, which are created in simulated microgravity in NASA developed bioreactors, are high-quality skin care products that advance the body’s own healing mechanisms.

The company’s primary offering, the Rejuvel skin cream product, will soon be made available for distribution in Turkey. In early September 2014, Rejuvel Int’l signed a distribution agreement with Force Dis Tic. Ltd. Sti. in Istanbul, Turkey that will ultimately serve two purposes. One, the new distribution avenue will create a global revenue stream for Technology Applications and, two, it will bring global recognition to the Rejuvel brand. Already, Force Dis Tic. Ltd. Sti has kicked off an advertising and marketing campaign for the brand. The company’s first step was to place an ad in the Turkish edition of a trendy international fashion magazine.

The executives at Technology Applications are eager to see what their entry into the Turkish market will bring, especially following a report from the Turkish Health Ministry that the retail sales of imported cosmetics surpassed $4 billion in 2013. This new market is also a promising gateway to Europe and the Middle East.

Along with promoting its Rejuvel brand of anti-aging skin care products, Technology Applications also plans to provide environmental management solutions that use electron particle accelerator technology for the treatment of drinking water, municipal and industrial wastewater, sludge, and produced water from oil and gas fracturing activities.

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Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Announces Relocation of Headquarters and New Shipping Company

September 29, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. recently announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters and hub of operations to the Chase Bank Building, 150 SE 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida. The new location is conveniently located to the University of Miami Science Life and Technology Park, which was an important deciding factor.

In the same news release, the company also reported the selection of Adcom Worldwide Shipping and Distribution, a global shipping company, to warehouse and ship its products around the world.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “This move puts us in closer proximity to the University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park, where our Rejuvel subsidiary plans to research and develop our plant and mammalian cell extracts. Additionally, our association with Adcom gives us the ability to ship our products worldwide.”

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Technology Applications International, Inc. (NUUU) is “One to Watch”

September 19, 2014

Technology Applications International is focused on producing, distributing, marketing and selling skincare products, in addition to engaging in the environmental management and water purification industries. The company conducts its business through two separate wholly owned subsidiaries: Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. and NueEarth, Inc.

Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. developed its skincare line of products using a NASA bioreactor to grow and expand three-dimensional fibroblast cells. Using exclusively licensed technology, licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498, the Rejuvel’s flagship anti-aging facial products trigger the multiplication of human fibroblast skin cells that rebuild skin for a firm, healthy and youthful appearance. The company has been awarded a “seal of approval” from the Space Certification program, setting a new standard for innovation in an industry projected to reach $114 billion in sales by 2015.

NueEarth, Inc. provides environmental management solutions and water purification techniques using a mobile electron beam accelerator unit which creates high-energy electrons that produce free radicals in the wastewater to decompose organic compounds or pollutants. The company has identified a number of different markets for this particle accelerator technology, including the removal of pollutants from wastewater, drinking water, municipal sludge and water that’s contaminated by the fracking process.

Technology Applications International’s management team is methodically establishing its brand in the marketplace with well-respected associations and strategic marketing initiatives. As the company continues to pursue direct consumer sales and other opportunities, it stands to do well with the foundation management has laid for growth.

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NUUU’s Wholly Owned Subsidiary Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. Announces Production of Thirty Second Television Commercial

September 18, 2014

Technology Applications International announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Rejuvel Int’l, Inc. is currently in post production of their first thirty second television commercial which was shot in New York City at Windmill Studios. The commercial introduces and highlights REJUVEL’s Breakthrough Facial Repair Crème that was created using NASA patented technology, licensed from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. Patent No. 6,730,498. The advertisement will air nationally in different cities across the United States. Upon completion of post production the commercial will be ready to air and also be available for viewing on www.rejuvel.com.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “We’re very pleased to begin our television advertising campaign which should result in increased brand awareness and direct consumer sales. The production company that produced our commercial has also produced commercials for Fortune 100 companies such as Procter and Gamble’s Gillette brand as well as McDonalds.”

Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Announces Name Change of Wholly Owned Subsidiary

September 11, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. announced today that it has changed the name of one of its wholly owned subsidiaries from Renuell Int’l, Inc. to Rejuvel Int’l, Inc.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “Everything the subsidiary does is about growing the REJUVEL(r) brand and building global brand awareness so therefore we felt it prudent to affect this name change.”

Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Announces the Formation of Advisory Board

September 9, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. announced today the formation of its Advisory Board and that Dr. Jacob G. Appelbaum has been appointed as Chairman of the Advisory Board.

Dr. Appelbaum is an internationally recognized physicist and multidisciplinary technologist with a broad spectrum of scientific interests and technological expertise, ranging from nanotechnology-based broad-spectrum antiviral therapeutics to 3D suspended cell cultures in a simulated microgravity environment for cosmetics and regeneration medicine, as well as environmental and medical applications of electron beam accelerators and microwave assisted freeze drying, extraction and distillation.

Dr. Appelbaum serves as CEO of Advanced Technology Development, Inc. (ATD) a diversified technology development and consulting firm. Prior to that Dr. Appelbaum served as research professor at the Innovative Space Nuclear Power and Propulsion Institute (INSPI) of the University of Florida. INSPI has been sponsored by NASA and the Strategic Defense Initiative of U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “Dr. Appelbaum’s background in cosmetic formulations, protein chemistry and molecular biology, along with his research experience while with INSPI and his experience with environmental applications of e-beam technology make him an excellent choice to be appointed as Chairman of our Advisory Board. We are pleased today to welcome Dr. Appelbaum to our Company.”

Technology Applications International Corporation Subsidiary Enters Into Additional Exclusive Agreement with NASA

September 2, 2014

Technology Applications International Corp. has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Renuell Int’l, Inc. has signed an additional exclusive licensing agreement with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (“NASA”) at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “We are very pleased to announce our latest, exclusive agreement with NASA. In addition to our original agreement, we now have exclusive usage rights, for cosmetics and hair care products, of an electromagnetic field (EMF) rotating-walled (RW) bioreactor, for commercial production of three-dimensional (3-D) expanded plant and mammalian cell cultures, including but not limited to cultures and co-cultures of human dermal cells, induced pluripotent cells, mammalian stem cell extracts and plant stem cell extracts.”

Technology Applications International Corp. (NUUU) Announces Share Exchange, Buyback and Retirement of 68,666,119 Shares

August 28, 2014

Technology Applications International Corporation has announced it has reached agreements with three shareholders, including the current CEO of the Company, to exchange, or buy back and retire a total of 68,666,119 shares of common stock, which represents 57.86% of the total outstanding shares of the Company. As a result, the Company will have a total of 50,000,000 shares issued and outstanding.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO stated, “Our management team has determined that the purchase and retirement of these shares is an integral step towards accomplishing the larger goals of our company. We recognize the value of this action to the company as it positions us for future growth and further expansion while maintaining value for our shareholders.”

Technology Applications International Corp., Trading Symbol NUUU now trading on NASDAQ’s OTCBB

August 26, 2014

Technology Applications International Corporation, which trades under the symbol (NUUU), has two (2) wholly- owned subsidiaries, Renuell Int’l, lnc., and NueEarth, Inc. Our two subsidiaries harness scientifically advanced technology to provide advanced solutions to common problems.

NUUU’s Renuell Int’l, Inc. is launching its REJUVEL brand of technologically advanced breakthrough anti-aging skin care products that is made possible because of its exclusive license with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (“NASA”), and the administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund under U.S. patent no. 6,730,498. REJUVEL anti-aging products use three-dimensional biomolecules created in a simulated microgravity, in NASA developed bio-reactors, to create high quality skin care products that promote the bodies own healing mechanisms. All products are “Space Certified” and are recognized by the Space Foundation as technology that has been developed in outer space. The Space Foundation Seal will appear on all our products.

Charles J. Scimeca, NUUU’s CEO, stated, “We are very proud of our association with NASA, the Space Foundation, and to be members of the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics’ (CCIC) Leaping Bunny Program, which provides the best assurance that the company, its laboratories and suppliers use no animal testing in any phase of product development, as these associations, will go a long way toward establishing our brand in the marketplace.”

NUUU’s NueEarth, Inc., subsidiary is engaged in the development of environment solutions using electron particle beam technology (E-Beam). The E-Beam works by using an electron beam particle accelerator unit that creates high energy electrons which produce free radicals in the waste water leading to decomposition of organic compounds (pollutants). We plan to develop various applications to use the E-Beam technology for removal of pollutants from wastewater, drinking water, municipal sludge and fracking liquids.

We will update our shareholders and the public on company developments through additional press releases as events warrant.

For more information about NUUU please visit the corporate websites at: www.tapplic.com and www.rejuvel.com.

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