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April 19th, 2005
NanoVic 2005 Prize Winners Announced
Nanotechnology Victoria has announced the winners of its inaugural NanoVic Prizes for Innovation in nanotechnology.
A number of high-quality applications were received from industrial firms, research organizations, and research students. The Prize Panel – comprising representatives from NanoVic and independent advisors – commented on the excellence of the submissions, indicating the emerging strength of nanotechnology in Victoria. Ultimately they decided to award two industrial prizes and two postgraduate prizes.
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