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Nanochallenge Special Prize for participants from CEI member states
Posted on May 18, 2006
Veneto Nanotech, in collaboration with CEI, the Central European Initiative, will be awarding an extra prize in the 2006 Nanochallenge, the special "CEI Nanochallenge Prize" worth €20,000. This additional prize has been introduced in order to raise awareness and encourage participation from the CEI Member States in the Business Plan Competition for nanotechnology projects. Priority will be given to entrants from non-EU CEI countries, such as Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro and Ukraine. However, participants from EU CEI countries such as Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland and the Baltic countries are also welcome.
All those wishing to be considered for the special prize are kindly requested to apply through the Call for Proposals "From Research to Enterprise" organised by CEI (www.ceinet.org). The winner of this prize will be selected by an ad hoc Jury, of which a CEI representative will be part, in charge of identifying the 20 best proposals that will compete in the final phase of Nanochallenge. The CEI Nanochallenge Prize will be awarded on the occasion of the Official Ceremony of Nanochallenge, that will take place in Padua on November 18th, 2006.
For further information regarding the rules and regulations for Nanochallenge and the special prize please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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