SOURCE: Flaherty Financial News

November 25, 2013 09:00 ET

Pressure BioSciences, Inc. -- (PBIO) Featured in Flaherty Financial News Newsletter #40

WEST HARRISON, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 25, 2013) - Pressure BioSciences, Inc. (OTCQB: PBIO) led off snapshots of four presentations featured in the November 22, 2013 issue of Flaherty Financial News Newsletter. PBIO's record third quarter and year-to-date 2013 sales, guidance for a strong fourth quarter and expectations to reach breakeven in two years were discussed. However, the highlight was "a core technology breakthrough." CEO Ric Schumacher believes their new high throughput Barocycler instruments will be ready for release by mid-June 2014, and that it is a "game changer." The breakthrough will automate its current highly manual test tube sample preparation system and will allow it to be directly integrated with thousands of downstream instruments now in use by scientists in an estimated 80,000 laboratories worldwide.

The next presenter was GuarGlobal Ltd. Its strategy is to create a farmer/partner cooperative and to grow more guar beans that are vitally needed for use in the booming U.S. fracturing process by modernizing primitive agricultural practices on the Indian subcontinent. 

The third presenter was MagneGas Corporation with their disruptive patented Plasma Arc Technology which aims to replace acetylene fueled torch welding, turn liquid waste into fuel and many more green improvements. This technology is based upon the work of a retired scientist from MIT and Harvard.

The final snapshot was on AtheroNova Inc., which means "new arteries," and has a U.S. patent on the "Dissolution of Arterial Plaque using Hyodeoxycholic Acid." Its main mission is using bile acid for the stabilization and compression of plaque which causes blockages to make a major reduction in deaths from cardiovascular disease.

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