David E. Burnett

President and Co-Founder
nanoScience Engineering Corporation

David E. Burnett has held founding and executive positions in technology, manufacturing and retail companies, and has worked in advertising, communications, and marketing research.

David is co-founder, President and CEO, nanoScience Engineering Corporation which was founded in 2005 to design, manufacture and market nanocomposite materials produced using the Supercritical Fluid Method of Processing. The nanoSEC technology uses supercritical carbon dioxide to exfoliate and disperse organo clays into polymer matrix, enhancing mechanical and barrier properties to improve performance of existing plastic and rubber products.

Mr. Burnett co-founded and served as President of Prizmalite Industries, Inc., a developer of glass micro bead technology used in the coatings, textiles, plastics and friction materials industries, and co-founded TIOXOCLEAN, Inc., a developer of titanium dioxide based photo catalytic cleaners. In addition, Mr. Burnett holds patents for the use of micro spheres of barium titanate glass in conventional friction compositions for molding automotive and other brake and clutch elements; and for compositions where glass micro beads and crumb rubber are combined for superior binding and optical properties in paints, plastics and other similar compounds.

Mr. Burnett has more than 30 years executive level experience in launching and managing industrial and consumer brands, including being the President/Owner of Burnett and Radano, Inc., a New York based advertising and public relations firm whose client roster included Izod/David Crystal, Standard Industries, Summit Laboratories and BMW Motorcycle. His corporate experience includes serving as Director of Sales and Operations of Cresco Corporation and Arbee Fine Foods.

David’s communications experience includes management of radio stations in New York, Atlanta, and Norfolk. David was also General Manager/Director of Sales, the New York Amsterdam News, the nation’s leading minority newspaper.

Mr. Burnett is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers and a member of the Board of Visitors, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Wayne State University.