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August 17th, 2004

Two from Pune bag IIM(A)'s innovative awards

Abstract:
A cost-effective infusion flow rate monitor, to manufacturing agarose (a gelling agent used in R&D) by biological fermentation; and bio-synthesis of nanomaterials with tremendous industry applications have bagged the top three honours at the IIM (Ahmedabad) innovative awards.

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