|Carbon Sciences Files International Patent|
|Company Seeks Worldwide Protection for Its Innovative CO2 Transformation Technology |
Santa Barbara, CA - May 27, 2008 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to transform harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) into high value, earth-friendly products, has recently deposited an international PCT patent application pursuant to last year's filing of United States patent application 11/749,741 with the US Patent Office. The international application is related to the Company's innovative method for carbon dioxide transformation and sequestration.
As indicated by Wesley B. Ames, patent agent from the firm Ames IP Law, "This PCT application has been filed so as to protect the various highly innovative technologies being developed by Carbon Sciences, Inc. concerning carbon dioxide transformation."
This international PCT application should be published by the end of November 2008. The Company looks forward to proceeding with the national phase entries in various countries by November 2009 in order to protect its technologies in countries with important mining industries.
"We are particularly proud of the fact that the technologies we are developing will have international impact," indicated Derek McLeish, Carbon Sciences CEO. "As we continue to develop our intellectual property portfolio, we are also exploring relationships with potential strategic partners to enable worldwide transformation of carbon dioxide."
About Carbon Sciences, Inc.
Carbon Sciences, Inc. is developing a breakthrough technology to transform harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from human created sources, such as power plants and industrial factories, into high value, earth-friendly products. The initial application of our patent-pending technology is targeted at a multi-billion dollar market. We are developing a proprietary process to transform CO2 emissions into a high value chemical compound, currently used in the production of paper, pharmaceuticals and plastics. Unlike existing methods of production, our process will be carbon neutral, use less energy and result in a lower cost product. To learn more about the Company, please visit our website at http://www.carbonsciences.com.
|Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2008|
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