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December 13th, 2004

NanoQuébec grants $ 400,000 to 4 nanotechnology projects

Abstract:
NanoQuébec is pleased to announce the names of the four Quebec-based companies that will each receive $100 000 to support continuing, in partnership with universities and research institutions, the development of innovative applications in nanotechnology. It is the outcome of the request for proposals launched earlier this year by NanoQuébec and made possible thanks to the financial support of its governmental partners.

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