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Nanochallenge: Ten days to the deadline for the entry submission!
Posted on June 08, 2006
There are only ten days left for those wishing to participate in Nanochallenge 2006, the international Business Plan competition for nanotechnology projects As the deadline is drawing near Veneto Nanotech wishes to remind to all those interested in taking part in the competition that in order to participate they are requested to submit a business proposal in the form of an Executive Summary according to the specifications found on www.nanochallenge.com , by the 16th of June. Proposals submitted after this date will not be considered.
The concept jury that will be responsible for the selection of the twenty most promising ideas to participate in the final has already been appointed, and the scorecard that will be used by them in order to pick the best entries has also been published on www.nanochallenge.com .
Furthermore, some of the most important institutions and Venture Capitalists in the field of nanotechnology have confirmed their participation in the contest jury which in November will select the winner of Nanochallenge 2006. Among these Lux Capital, 3i, Benet Group and Innogest.
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