DETROIT, May 2, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nano Labs Corp . (OTCQB:CTLE) , a nanotechnology research and development company focused on creating a portfolio of advanced products in the consumer, energy, materials and healthcare industries, is pleased to announce today that Dr. David Perry has joined Nano Labs' Board of Advisors. Dr. Perry is recognized worldwide as an expert in Technology Innovation and has held a number of senior management positions throughout his career spanning 5 continents and 35 years, both in Industry and Academia. Dr. Perry studied at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, has authored over 40 papers and patents and has worked with and/or founded a very broad range of companies, from start-ups to multinationals in, Innovation Management, High Technology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics, Agro-food and Clean Technology. Dr. Perry is currently Director of Development and International Affairs at Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur (HEI), Ingénieurs pour le Monde (Engineers for the World), a member of the CGE, the French Ivy League of Engineering and Business Schools, where he has successfully deployed his technical, managerial and political skills in expanding the Global Industrial and Academic Programs and Partnerships at HEI. "I am indeed both honored and proud to be a part of Nano Labs, the people are engaged, the markets are ready, the technologies are empowering, the impact on people's welfare is evident and the good they can do for the World, unmistakable," states Dr. Perry. Dr. Perry has held positions as an Adjunct Professorship at the following institutions: School of Applied Biology, Paris, France; University of Toulouse, France; Barcelona University, Spain; Düsseldorf University, Germany; Armand Frappier Institute, Montreal, Canada; Laval University, Ste. Foy, Quebec, Canada; Concordia University, Montreal, Canada; University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and the University of Wageningen, Holland; and as a Visiting Professor at the University of Virginia, Mountain Lake Biological Station.