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06/30/15In the Latest in a Series of Wins, Finland Airports Select Implant Sciences' QS-B220
06/25/15Implant Sciences' QS-B220 Wins GSN Award for "Best Security Checkpoint"
06/23/15Cyprus Chooses Implant Sciences' QS-B220 to Meet Upcoming EU ETD Regulations
06/22/15Implant Sciences Selected in Competitive Bid to Supply 13 ETDs to a Second Airport in Belgium
06/11/15Up to 304 Additional QS-B220s Sold to French Airports as Implant Sciences Deepens its Foothold in EU
06/04/15Four Major Airports in Poland Join Other European Airports in Selecting Implant Sciences' QS-B220 Trace Detectors to Meet European Security Regulations
06/01/15Implant Sciences Signs Deal for Up to $5 million with Ryan Security Technologies Ltd. to Expand Sales in China
05/19/15Another Major International European Airport Selects Implant Sciences' QS-B220
05/14/15Implant Sciences Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2015 Financial Results
05/13/15Implant Sciences Ships Additional $500,000 of Explosives Trace Detectors Worldwide
05/11/15Implant Sciences Continues to Innovate - Granted Three More U.S. Patents for Trace Detection
05/08/15Implant Sciences to Announce Third Quarter Fiscal 2015 Financial Results
04/29/15Major French Airport Selects Implant Sciences' ETDs
04/21/15Implant Sciences Announces another Significant ECAC Win
04/16/15Implant Sciences Receives Order for 66 Explosives Trace Detection Systems in Norway
04/15/15Implant Sciences Announces Restructuring
04/09/15Implant Sciences' Executive Vice President Interviewed by Bloomberg TV about Boston Marathon Bombing Verdict
04/08/15Implant Sciences Ships $500,000 Follow-On Order of QS-B220s to Kuehne + Nagel for U.S. Air Cargo Screening
03/26/15Major International Airline in Latin America Adopts QS-B220
03/23/15Implant Sciences Ships $750,000 of Explosives Trace Detector Systems to Asia
03/19/15Implant Sciences Extends Credit Agreements
03/10/15Implant Sciences to Exhibit at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 in Paris, France on March 10 - 12, 2015
03/09/15Implant Sciences to Move Forward with Explosives Trace Detection Bid