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June 30th, 2004

Technology Review Seeks 2004'S Newest Innovations

Abstract:
Technology Review today announced it is now accepting submissions for the Emerging Technologies Conference Showcase. The Emerging Technologies Conference Showcase is open to companies with annual gross sales of $50 million or less and innovations in the following areas: Pharmaceuticals, Electronics, Medicine, Computing, Telecommunications, Energy, Transportation, Logistics, Manufacturing, and Nanotechnology.

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