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First Annual Nano 50 Awards Competition
Nanotech Briefs magazine has announced a Call for Nominations for its first annual
Nano 50 awards competition, which launches today.The Nano 50 will recognize the top 50 technologies, innovators,
and products with the greatest potential to advance the commercialization of nanotechnology.
There is no cost to submit a nomination. Nominations are being accepted via an online submission form at the official awards Web site: www.nanotechbriefs.com/nano50.
Three awards categories are open for nominations:
Technology — A nanotechnology breakthrough that has, or is expected to have, a significant impact in one or more application areas.
Product — A product that incorporates nanotechnology in its design and/or operation, with significant current or near-term commercial applications.
Innovator — An individual recognized as a leader or pioneer in a specific area of nanotechnology, with a significant background of accomplishments in advancing the state of the art in nanotechnology.
All nominations must be submitted by February 1, 2005. Entries will be judged by an independent, expert panel. Awards will be presented at a special Nano 50 awards dinner, to be held in November 2005 at the Nano 2005 East conference and exhibition in Boston.
For complete rules, and to submit a nomination, visit the official Web site at: www.nanotechbriefs.com/nano50.
Nanotech Briefs, launched in October 2003, is a digital (PDF format) magazine from the publishers of NASA Tech Briefs that provides the best of government, industry, and university nanotech innovations with real-world applications in areas such as electronics, materials, sensors, manufacturing, biomedical, optics/photonics, and aerospace/defense.
Issuers of news releases, not 7th Wave, Inc. or Nanotechnology Now, are solely responsible for the accuracy of the content.
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