SOURCE: Brazilian Mining Corporation

April 26, 2010 16:00 ET

Terrax Announces New Chief Science

GARDNERVILLE, NV--(Marketwire - April 26, 2010) -  Brazilian Mining Corporation (PINKSHEETS: BRZM) - Terrax, Inc., a fully owned subsidiary of Brazilian Mining Corporation, announces today the appointment of Don Hilman as Chief Scientist leading the development team and service providers for the Terrax Theia System. Professor Hilman is a Graduate of the University of Calgary in Computer Science and SAIT in Electronics. Professor Hilman is the founder of two startup companies, Geo Data an oilfield technology company and GLS, the first online interactive global real estate database. Since 1996 Professor Hilman has developed and licensed technology through his R&D Company Clelland Data Sciences Inc. In addition to his private sector success Professor Hilman has excelled in the academic field as a professor of Computer Science and Electronics for over 30 years at various Canadian colleges. Professor Hilman will bring to Terrax over 30 years of scientific technology development experience with high reliability hardware and software design and provide the necessary leadership for Terrax to deliver IT services into a $250 million Terrax market.

Murray Owen, president of Terrax, stated, "We welcome Professor Hilman's much needed expertise and years of experience delivering first to market technologies. Professor Hilman's background of not only building technology solutions but providing leading edge capabilities will be a significant asset to the Terrax IP development and protection."

About Terrax, Inc.

Founded in 2000, Terrax is a solutions integrator of image data and hyperspectral imaging to provide real time detection and alert systems for civilian applications. More information can be found at

About Brazilian Mining

Brazilian Mining focuses on evaluating various potential acquisitions. Previously, it engaged in exploring and mining diamond properties in Brazil. Terrax, Inc. is now a fully owned subsidiary of Brazilian Mining Corporation. The company is based in Gardnerville, Nevada.

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