LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Feb 24, 2016) - American Graphite Technologies Inc. ("AGIN" or the "Company") (OTCBB: AGIN) announces that it has extended its agreement with the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology ("KIPT") and Science and Technology Centre in Ukraine ("STCU") to further its research of its 3D graphene printing project, dubbed P-600.The scope of the P-600 project is to research the properties of graphene contained matter as a working material for 3D printing.

AGIN CEO, Con Anast, said, "We are encouraged by the progress that Dmitry Vynogradov, our project manager, and his team have made to date in spite of the considerable difficulties that the Ukraine has experienced over the recent past. We are very excited about extending the P-600 research project and look forward to continued collaboration with Dmitry and his team as we take their work forward."

American Graphite Technologies Inc. is funding project P-600, and hold the rights to all intellectual property developed from the project.

About American Graphite Technologies Inc.:
American Graphite Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: AGIN) is a mineral exploration and technology development company that is listed on a US Stock Exchange where the Company's ticker symbol is AGIN. By concentrating on securing graphite mining opportunities and the commercialization of graphene specific proprietary technology methods, management is seeking to bring profitable opportunities and maximize shareholder value. Graphene has been described as the "miracle material" of the 21st Century and is believed to be stronger than steel and more conductive than copper while being flexible, making it plausible as a replacement over silicon possibly leading to thinner, faster, cheaper, more flexible devices including power sources. Since graphene comes from the carbon atom it is abundant and cheap. In 2010 the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov for groundbreaking experiments regarding graphene. Advances in alternative energy technologies are driving demand for strategic materials like graphite that have recently evolved from industrial demands to include high tech uses as nations focus on encouraging the development of new domestic markets for clean and efficient energy alternatives, smart grid infrastructure and military capabilities.

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About Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology ("KIPT")
The Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology ("KIPT"), is one of the oldest and largest centres of physical science in Ukraine, and was created in 1928 for the purpose of pursuing urgent lines of research (at the time, nuclear physics and solid-state physics). After the disintegration of the USSR the Institute has been actively involved in the process of creating the research complex of Ukraine, as well as in shaping policy and the corresponding institutes of Ukraine in the field of atomic industry, nuclear energy, the development of material science, accelerator equipment and new sources of energy for demands of both civil and defence uses.

By the decree of the President of Ukraine in 1993 the Institute was given the status of the first in Ukraine National Science Centre (the NSC KIPT), and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine confirmed a "Program of atomic science and technique at the NSC KIPT." Nearly 400 PhD and 80 Doctors of Sciences with 7 Members of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine work at KIPT. More than fifty individuals are winners of State and International Prizes. Since 1981 more than 60 professional papers written by the scientists of NSC KIPT have been published in peer journals.

About Science and Technology Centre in Ukraine ("STCU")
The Science and Technology Centre in Ukraine ("STCU"), is an intergovernmental organization founded by the governments of the Ukraine, Canada, EU and the USA which supports research and development activities for peaceful applications by Ukrainian, Georgian, Uzbekistani, Azerbaijani, and Moldovan scientists and engineers.

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