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October 22nd, 2005

Nanotechnology Business Idea Competition Winners Announced

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Two early-stage companies today each won $75,000 in the second annual International and North Coast Nanotechnology Business Idea Competitions held on the campus of Case Western Reserve University. AeroClay of Cleveland and Keystone Nano of State College, Penn., beat out four other finalists in the competitions.

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