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August 30th, 2004
Purdue University to Help Organize NANO Week Event
Deadline for Business Idea Competition Submissions Extended to September 27 Cleveland, OH. Organizers of the first International Nanotechnology Business Idea Competition, in which researchers from around the world will compete for more than $75,000 in prize money, today announced the addition of Purdue University to their team. The organizers also announced an extension of the competitionís deadline for submission of business ideas to September 27. The competition is being held in conjunction with NANO Week, October 25-29.
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