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November 15th, 2005

Frost & Sullivan Honors Companies With Best Practices Awards

Abstract:
Frost & Sullivan honored companies for outstanding performance at last week's Best Practices Awards Banquet and Networking Sessions held in Miami, Florida.

(Including)
Advanced Nanotechnology Ltd. -- 2005 Nanomaterials Excellence in Technology of the Year Award
Dendritic NanoTechnologies Inc. -- 2005 Nanomaterials for Advanced Medical Applications Technology Innovation of the Year Award
Quantum Sphere, Inc. -- 2005 Metallic Nanopowder Technologies Technology Innovation of the Year Award

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