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Micro Identification Technologies Inc. (MMTC)

... formerly Micro Imaging Technology is a development stage public company (OTCBB "MMTC"), objectives are to become a global leader in developing, supporting and marketing rapid systems and processes that detect and identify microbial organisms. MIT has developed and patented a technology (United States Patent: 6,421,121) for rapid microbe identification. The technology is a non-biological identification process that is extremely fast, easy to use and does not rely on conventional chemical or biological processing, fluorescent tags, gas chromatography or DNA analysis. The system measures scattered light intensity as individual microbes pass through a laser beam. The intensity pattern of the scattered light is a direct consequence of the size, shape and external and internal optical characteristics of the microbe. By measuring scattered light at specific angles, the system detects and differentiates objects the size of bacteria, protozoa, yeasts and molds.




Micro Identification Technologies (MMTC) Contracts OSI Optoelectronics to Manufacture the MIT 1000

Rapid Microbial Identification System


5/26/2010 10:37:30 AM

SAN CLEMENTE, CA--(Marketwire - May 26, 2010) - Micro Identification Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: MMTC) announced that it has signed an Agreement with OSI Optoelectronics (OSIO), a subsidiary of OSI Systems (NASDAQ: OSIS) to manufacture its microbial rapid identification system, the MIT 1000. OSIO has manufacturing facilities in California, Malaysia and India. "All of OSIO's world class facilities are ISO 9001:2000 certified and FDA registered and GMP compliant making them a perfect company to fabricate MIT's systems for its current food safety applications and its planned pharmaceutical and clinical diagnostic applications," stated John Ricardi, MIT's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In addition, OSIO fabricates the photodiode detectors that are used in the MIT 1000 and has the ability to supply other components. OSIO's vast experience in MIT's targeted markets will also enable them to assist MIT in future product designs to both accelerate and ensure those products meet the stringent requirements of those industries. "We are pleased to work with MIT as we feel their innovative product will become a valuable tool to help prevent widespread bacterial contamination," stated Manoocher Mansouri, OSIO's President.
MIT currently produces the MIT 1000 Rapid Microbial Identification (ID) System that can identify bacteria in less than five minutes after culturing at a cost less than 10 cents per test.




 
 
 



 










 
















The MIT 1000 uses the principles of light scattering to discriminate various bacteria cells that are suspended in filtered water. Incident laser light both reflects off the bacteria's outer surface and penetrates the body of the bacterium, the light interacts with any structural features and eventually emerges from inside the cell. These light patterns are unique for each species and thereby create a signature that is captured and stored in a computer data base.


The MIT 1000 features 35 photo detectors that surround the sample vial and collect light scattering intensities that are generated when a cell intersects the laser beam. The scattering values collected by the detectors are statistically analyzed by MIT's proprietary software that contains an extensive database of values for each bacteria seen by the photo detectors. Identification occurs when 10-50 organisms are analyzed, and typically takes less than 10 minutes.


 

MIT Welcomes New Board Member

SAN CLEMENTE, CA--(Marketwire -05/09/12)- Micro Imaging Technology, Inc. (OTC.BB: MMTC) (MMTC.PK) announced that Gregg J. Newhuis has accepted his nomination to serve on its Board of Directors effective immediately.

"Gregg is an outstanding addition to MIT's Board," stated Jeffrey Nunez, Chairman and CEO. "His background in business and finance is a perfect fit as we expand our efforts to meet an aggressive revenue plan for the coming year. Further, Gregg's commitment to a significant investment in the Company speaks to his support for and confidence in the Company and its growth potential."

Mr. Newhuis brings over thirty years of equipment leasing, asset-based financing as well as commercial and retail banking experience to the Board. A 1981 graduate of Eastern Illinois University, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Finance and minor in Economics.

Mr. Newhuis started his finance career in 1981 with Walter E. Heller & Co., working in the Municipal Finance and the Commercial Industries divisions. In 1987, he accepted a position with Phoenixcor Financial, a New York-based finance company, to open and manage an office for them in Hinsdale, IL. In 1991, Mr. Newhuis accepted an offer from Toshiba Machine Co., America (a seller of plastic injection molding machines, machine tools, aluminum die cast machines and robotic equipment) to start and run an in-house private label finance company. He currently continues to operate in this capacity.

Mr. Newhuis' banking experience dates back to 2001 when he was part of a group of eleven individuals that originated Advantage National Bank and Trust Company, N.A., a de novo bank located in Elk Grove Village, Il. In 2003, they successfully sold the bank to Wintrust Financial Corporation (WTFC). Mr. Newhuis continues to serve on the surviving bank (Schaumburg Bank & Trust Company, N.A.) Board of Directors and more specifically on its Credit and Risk Committees.


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Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4)

On 05/08/12 Mr. Newhuis entered into an agreement to purchase 8 hundred million shares of the Issuer's common stock. As of 07/06/12, Mr. Newhuis had purchased one-half (400,000,000) of the total purchase commitment.


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 Research Gregg Newhuis and his company, TMAC: copy and paste the following links into your browser. 

This is BIG~ TMAC Acceptance Corp is connected to the original Toshiba that goes back to 1875. Mr. Gregg Newhuis is directly related and is part of and is currently working in the Finance leg of Toshiba under a private label, imo. Toshiba asked him to start the private label


www.toshiba-machine.co.jp/en/company/enkaku.html

http://www.toshiba-machine.co.jp/en/company/kankei.html

http://www.toshiba-machine.com/

http://www.toshiba-machine.com/financing_contacts.aspx

Leasing!!

http://www.toshiba-machine.com/calculatormainpage.aspx

Quote:
We are Toshiba's Own In-house Financing:
Because we are located in Toshiba Machine Co., America's corporate headquarters and because we only finance Toshiba equipment, our product and industry expertise enables us to truly understand your business and your needs. ~


http://www.toshiba-machine.com/financing_services.aspx

http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=52337734&symbol=MMTC  
 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jeffrey G. Nunez

Chairman and President

Jeffrey has provided investment and public relations consulting services to the Company since October 2006 and has assisted the Company in negotiating and concluding numerous financing arrangements during his consultancy.

Mr. Nunez currently serves as Chief Executive Officer and President of Media 3 Communications, Inc.

Previously, Mr. Nunez served as Chairman of Lexicon, and led its Advisory Services division. His early work with Government Securities, Corporate Bonds and Municipal Bonds led him to Shearson Lehman Brothers as Vice President of Investments and then Prudential Securities Inc. as Senior Vice President of Investments. His career is benchmarked by high production levels (consistently ranked in the national top ten percent).

In 1997 he was recruited to join Fordham Financial Management Inc. and accepted the position of Senior Vice President of Investment to lead their Wall Street Broker - Dealer operations.

In late 1999, Mr. Nunez opened his own office of Supervisory Jurisdiction (OSJ) on the 85th Floor of the World Trade Center, Tower One. That OSJ under Providential Securities, Inc. grew from core staff into 20 Brokers with complete support office staff, by late 2000. Then, the Office of Supervisory Jurisdiction Providential Securities, Inc. through market events, transitioned into the Chicago Investment Group, Inc. Jeff was appointed President of this consolidated group (OSJ) and Senior Vice president of Investments. In these positions, he filled a number of different roles and responsibilities from investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, to securities trading.

Mr. Nunez then began Consultation for public companies, and companies about to go public through Broad Street Capital Inc. a consulting company through which he formerly operated his offices of Supervisory Jurisdiction for Chicago Investment Group and Providential Securities. While serving as Chairman of Lexicon United, Inc. on February 27, 2006, Lexicon acquired ATN Capital Inc. a Brazilian Limited Company engaged in the business of managing and servicing accounts receivables for large financial institutions in Brazil. On July 27, 2007, Lexicon became a public company. Mr. Nunez served as Vice-President and Secretary of and maintained a directorial position with Lexicon until March 2011, and remained as a consultant to the company until March 2012.

Mr. Nunez formed Media 3 Communications in January of 2011, and remains the sole owner of this telecommunications company, which owns a California State video franchise.
 



David L. Haavig, PhD
Vice President and Chief Scientist
David Haavig, PhD, Vice President and Chief Scientist, joined MIT in May 1998 as director of research and development. Dr. Haavig has over 30 years experience in instrument design and computer software with applications in optical measurements and analysis. Dr. Haavig, prior to joining MIT, was Technical Director and Principal Investigator on numerous government programs at McDonnell Douglas and San Diego-based Science Applications International Corporation. Dr. Haavig received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from the University of Seattle and his Master of Science and PhD in Physics from Purdue University. 


Gregg J. Newhuis

Mr. Newhuis brings over thirty years of equipment leasing, asset-based financing as well as commercial and retail banking experience to the Board. A 1981 graduate of Eastern Illinois University, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Finance and minor in Economics.

Mr. Newhuis started his finance career in 1981 with Walter E. Heller & Co., working in the Municipal Finance and the Commercial Industries divisions. In 1987, he accepted a position with Phoenixcor Financial, a New York-based finance company, to open and manage an office for them in Hinsdale, IL. In 1991, Mr. Newhuis accepted an offer from Toshiba Machine Co., America (a seller of plastic injection molding machines, machine tools, aluminum die cast machines and robotic equipment) to start and run an in-house private label finance company. He currently continues to operate in this capacity.

Mr. Newhuis' banking experience dates back to 2001 when he was part of a group of eleven individuals that originated Advantage National Bank and Trust Company, N.A., a de novo bank located in Elk Grove Village, Il. In 2003, they successfully sold the bank to Wintrust Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:WTFC). Mr. Newhuis continues to serve on the surviving bank (Schaumburg Bank & Trust Company, N.A.) Board of Directors and more specifically on its Credit and Risk Committees.

Victor A. Hollander

Victor A. Hollander, Director and Audit Committee Chairman, was licensed to practice public accounting in California in 1958. In 1965, he established and was the partner in charge of the Los Angeles office of a large New York certified public accounting firm where he specialized in audit and securities matters. In 1978, he left and formed the accounting firm of Hollander, Gilbert & Co, and in 2002, he joined Weinberg & Company as Managing Director of the West Coast Group. Mr. Hollander, during his professional career, has been active in local, state and national professional activities and has served on various securities, ethics, accounting and auditing committees.

Anthony M. Frank

Majority Shareholder

Anthony M. Frank, Majority Shareholder is a former Postmaster General and chairman of the board and chief executive officer of First Nationwide Bank, the second-largest consumer banking operation in America. Mr. Frank currently serves on the Boards of Charles Schwab & Co. and Transamerica 



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MIT previously completed an extensive evaluation by the AOAC RI Institute which included rigorous independent testing and thorough reviews by its expert examiners, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture and was awarded their prestigious Certificate of Performance Tested Status (Certificate No. 060901). The AOAC RI Report is available from the Company. http://www.aoac.org
 
The identification process has also been verified by North American Science Associates, Inc. (NAMSA), an independent and internationally recognized microbiological testing laboratory. The NAMSA Test Report is available from the Company and, in MIT's opinion, demonstrates the accuracy, speed and cost effectiveness of the System over conventional processes. http://www.namsa.com

Link Certificate:

http://www.aoac.org/testkits/2011_060901_certificate.pdf

Link Patent:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsearch-adv.htm&r=17&p=1&f=G&l=50&d=PTXT&S1=6421121&OS=6421121&RS=6421121

Link to Patent Details:

http://www.patentgenius.com/patent/6421121.html

  


Key Points

   "(PR-03/17/2011) Adding Biotek ( http://www.biotek.com/ ) to our distribution network provides MIT with sales channels throughout the major countries in Asia. MIT already has distributors in China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and Vietnam," stated Michael Brennan, MIT's Chairman. Further, "Biotek has the capability of measuring and adding bacterial identities that are indigenous to their region and have committed to expand the ID capacity of the MIT 1000 System -- which is very exciting for us." http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=46914249

BioTek 2010 sales outpace market growth again:  http://www.vermontbiz.com/news/march/biotek-2010-sales-outpace-market-growth-again/

   Several Biotek executives, including Director Weng Cheong Fong, visited MIT's laboratories earlier this week for additional training and during the session committed to accepting five MIT 1000 Systems by late summer and ten additional units early in 2012.

  
"(PR-04/18/2011) The first production MIT 1000 Systems delivered from OSIO recently passed all evaluations tests with excellent results and are now in daily use in the MIT laboratory," stated MIT's Chief Scientist David Haavig, PhD, and added, "OSIO is the perfect company to fabricate MIT's Systems for our initial food safety applications and planned future expansion into pharmaceutical and clinical diagnostics requirements."

"MIT contracted with OSIO in 2010 to manufacture MIT's Rapid Microbial Identification System -- their world-class manufacturing facilities in California, Malaysia and India are all ISO 9001:2000 certified, FDA registered and GMP compliant, making them the perfect supplier. With an order for one hundred Systems -- we have made a strong commitment to OSIO and the food safety industry -- and look forward to great results," observed Michael Brennan, MIT's Chairman. http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=47333791
  


 


 
 








 





Micro Identification Technologies
970 Calle Amanecer, Ste. F
San Clemente, CA 92673
http://www.micro-imaging.com/
Telephone: 949-388-4546
Fax: 949-388-4547
E-mail: info@micro-identification.com


International Distributors:

Australia / New Zealand
Arrow Scientific Ltd.
1/332 Burns Bay Rd.
Lane Cove, New Zealand NSW 2066
Telephone: 61-2-9427-7455
Fax: 61-2-9427-7456
E-mail: info@arrowscientific.com
Contact: Luis Petrin
Website: www.arrowscientific.com
South Korea
Gene Tech Bio Co. Ltd.
1410, Hanseo Bldg. 11-11 Yoido-dong
Youngdeungpo-gu,
Seoul, South Korea 150-746
Telephone: 206-365-3481
E-mail: andrew-seol@genetechs.co.kr
Contact: Andrew Seol
Website: www.genetechs.co.kr
Bulgaria
Ridacom Ltd.
1 Koloman Str.; Office 209; 1618
Sofia; Bulgaria
Telephone: 00359-2- 955-99-98
Fax: 00359-2- 955-99- 98
E-mail: info@ridacom.com
Contact: Alexander Dechev
Website: www.ridacom.com

Turkey
Hemakim AS.
Tophanelioglu Cad. No:70/1A
Altunizade 34662 Istanbul
Telephone: 90-216-326 70 42
Mobile: 90 533 590 90 72
Fax: 90-216-340 16 89
E-mail: LeventGucluer@Hemakim.com.tr
Contact: Levent Gucluer
Website: www.hemakim.com.tr

 
Brunei-Darssalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos,
Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand

Biotek Sdn Bhd
Lot S-073A, Season Square
Damansara Damai,
47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
Telephone: (6012) 281 1492
E-mail: bioteksb@yahoo.com
Contact: Mr. Mohd Ariff bin Zulkifli
U.K. and Ireland
Strathkelvin Instruments Ltd.
Rowantree Avenue
North Lanarkshire, ML1 5RX, Scotland
Telephone: 01698-730400
Fax: 01698-730401
E-mail: info@strathkelvin.com
Contact: Michael Dooley
Website: www.strathkelvin.com
India
MM GeneScan Diagnostics
310, Apollo Square
7/1, Dr. R.S.Bhandari Marg
Janjeerwala Chouraha, India
Telephone: 0731-4054775/3098014
Fax: 91-73-4051780
E-mail: rahul_vermw@yahoo.com
Contact: Rahul Verma
Vietnam
Viet Ba Co. Ltd.
Viet Ba Co. Ltd.
No., B7, floor 10, Thang Long campus, Com.
Vong street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Telephone: 84-4-62696620/ 21
Fax: 84-4-62696623
E-mail: viet-ba@hn.vnn.vn
Contact: Ms Nguyen Chinh Hai
Website: www.vietba.com.vn
Japan
K.T. Yoke, Inc.
10728 - 11th Ave N.W.
Seattle, Washington USA 98177
Telephone: 206-365-3481
Fax: 206-417-9881
E-mail: ken6ro@msn.com
Contact: Ken Fukumoto

 



$=$=$=$=Importance of the Patent=$=$=$=$

 
Breakthrough patents, which explore whole new areas of technology, or are the first to find answers to long-standing problems, are the most valuable. Examples of such patents are Edison's light bulb, Benz's automobile engine, Cohen's polymerase chain reaction (PCR) patent, the first photocopier, or possibly an invention yet to come, such as a definitive cure for AIDS.

In these cases, the patents would be so innovative that they give the owner a complete monopoly over an entire industry and are extremely valuable, often worth billions of dollars. Although most patents never reach these heady heights they are nevertheless valuable in that they can force a competitor to start innovating to keep pace with new and improved technologies and products in the market, or conversely to a license from a patent owner who has will to do so. Incremental patents, which make only small advances over existing products, are usually the least valuable though this may not be always so. A question that is often asked in relation to an incremental or breakthrough patent when endeavoring to put a price on it is 'How much would my competitors pay to use my protected product or process?'





20-year potential monopoly. Patents that are just beginning their life and which have longer to run on the their potential monopoly position understandably will have more value. It is rare that a patent nearing the end of its term will cause a great threat to its competitors. It is almost certain that they will have devised technologies or products of their own by then that will not interfere with the patent owners monopoly position. In addition, one has to take into consideration the potential business life of a patent, i.e., the duration which a patent is likely to be economically useful, if other subsequent patents are providing better alternatives to it.

Patent Significance. Every patent has its own significance in a particular area and will usually form part of an overall IP strategy either to maximize its earning potential or to allow other patents to maximize theirs. Examples of such patents are those that are used to block other key players from gaining a foothold in a market. Yet other examples are those patents that are additional to an original patent and rely on the protected matter in the original patent to successfully operate. It not uncommon for drug companies or telecom companies to take out further patents protecting a strong first generation of patents, thus securing a big chunk of a market and the ability to negotiate licenses and royalties from the protected, but much desired technology. http://www.wipo.int/sme/en/documents/valuing_patents.htm




More Information

PDF Datasheet
PDF MIT 1000 System Overview
PDF MIT 1000 User Guide

Validation

PDF NAMSA Independent Test Study

Technology

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Date Time Source Headline Symbol   Company
07/26/2011 8:00AM MWUS Micro Imaging Technology and EPIC Corporation Announce a Significant Equity Alliance USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Technology, Inc.
07/25/2011 8:30AM MWUS Epic and Micro Imaging Technology Announce a Significant Equity Alliance USOTC:MMTC   EPIC Corporation
07/22/2011 12:42PM Form (3) Prospectus filed pursuant to Rule 424(b) (424B3) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
07/21/2011 6:00AM EDGAR Notice of Effectiveness (EFFECT) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
07/15/2011 1:00PM EDGAR Securities Registration Statement (S-1/A) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
07/01/2011 2:10PM EDGAR Securities Registration Statement (S-1) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
06/20/2011 5:30PM Form (10-Q) Quarterly Report USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
06/14/2011 3:12PM EDGAR Notification that Quarterly Report will be submitted late (NT 10-Q) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech (QB)
04/18/2011 8:30AM MWUS MIT Commits to Volume Production for the MIT 1000 Rapid Microbial Identification System Manufactured by OSI Optoelectronics USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Technology, Inc.
03/22/2011 5:28PM Form (10-Q) Quarterly Report USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech
03/18/2011 12:39PM Form (8-K) Current report filing USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech
03/17/2011 8:00AM MWUS MIT's Distributor in Malaysia Commits to Additional MIT 1000 Systems USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Technology, Inc.
03/16/2011 2:36PM EDGAR Notification that Quarterly Report will be submitted late (NT 10-Q) USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Tech
02/19/2010 6:00AM PRNUS MIT Changes Its Name to Micro Identification Technologies USOTC:MMTC    
03/13/2007 8:00AM PRNUS Micro Imaging Technology CEO Featured in Exclusive Interview With WallSt.net USOTC:MMTC    
06/07/2006 8:00AM BW MIT Collaborates with the California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Technology Inc.
05/23/2006 5:00AM BW Micro Imaging Technology Announces Move to New Facilities USOTC:MMTC   Micro Imaging Technology Inc.

 



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***** Recent Environment-Related Articles that Show the Worldwide Need For Rapid Pathogen Identification *****
 

http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2011/06/usda-a-decade-of-inaction-on-non-o157-e-coli/

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/16/business/food-companies-act-to-protect-consumers-from-e-coli-illness.html?_r=1

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/9824042-fda-warns-consumers-not-to-drink-raw-milk-from-specific-dairy-due-to-campylobacateriosis-outbreak

http://www.foodqualitynews.com/Innovation/Ireland-outlines-Campylobacter-reduction-measures/?c=jGm17zm1YkMc0eY0Gjx7Fyl0PlOxFBcW&utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter%2BDaily


 
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#90199  Sticky Note THE TRUTH ABOUT MR. NUNEZ TopPenny 07/24/14 03:09:21 PM
#89277  Sticky Note NMU's Dr. Sharp confirms MIT-1000 system being used Dan321 05/31/14 08:45:36 PM
#89043  Sticky Note MMTC - There are many FACTUAL reasons to TopPenny 05/17/14 03:19:21 PM
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#91088   THE 'bottleneck' in the culture step will be removed!!!!!!!! besidestillwater 08/31/14 01:18:06 PM
#91087   losing ground fast my friend, besidestillwater 08/31/14 01:12:25 PM
#91085   After 26 years investing experience and studying cheapies, cottonmather 08/31/14 11:27:04 AM
#91084   There was common shares sold , which declined Dan321 08/31/14 11:22:10 AM
#91082   Not true at all. Simple reading and internet cottonmather 08/31/14 11:17:21 AM
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