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Nanotechnology Victoria welcomes entries for Prizes in Innovation in NanotechnologyPosted on February 28, 2006
Nanotechnology Victoria (NanoVic) is encouraging organisations and research students to enter the NanoVic Prizes for Innovation in Nanotechnologies. A number of outstanding entries were received for the 2004 Prizes which were established to honour the outstanding efforts of individuals and teams investigating and applying nanotechnology across a wide range of disciplines and industries.
Winners in 2004 were recognised for achievements in nanomaterials and bionanotechnology. Industry winners included The Laminex Group, who were recognised for their recent work in applying nanotechnologies to enhance the properties of laminate products; and Prof Xungai Wang and his team at School of Engineering and Technology, Deakin University, Geelong for their work in electrospun nanofibres, colour removal with nano-titanium, conducting polymer nanoparticles and other research benefiting the local textiles industries. Postgraduate winners receiving $3,000 were Alexandra Angelatos of the University of Melbourne for her work in the preparation and characterisation of light-responsive polyelectrolyte / gold nanoparticle microcapsules for drug delivery; and Mr David Menzies of Monash University for his work in making improvements to dye-sensitised nanocrystalline solar cells through interface engineering.
Dr Peter Binks
CEO Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd
+ 61 3 9905 8618
Dr Kristin Alford
Bridge8 Pty Ltd
+ 61 410 442 629
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