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Nanotech Briefs Announces Second Annual Nano 50 Winners
New York | Posted on June 28, 2006
Nanotech Briefs magazine has announced the winners of
its second annual Nano 50™ awards competition, which recognizes the top 50
technologies, innovators, and products that have significantly impacted, or
will impact, the state of the art in nanotechnology. The 50 winners are the
best of the best the innovative people and designs that will move
nanotechnology to key mainstream markets.
Nano 50 nominees were judged by a panel of independent nanotechnology experts
in three categories: Technology, Product, and Innovator. Those receiving the
50 highest scores were named Nano 50 winners. A list of this year’s Nano 50
is available at www.nanotechbriefs.com/nano50_winners.html.
Nanotech Briefs will present the awards at a special reception and dinner
during the National Nano Engineering Conference, November 9-10, at the Boston
Marriott Newton. For more information on the conference, visit: www.techbriefs.com/nano.
Nanotech Briefs is a monthly digital (PDF format) magazine from the publishers
of NASA Tech Briefs that reaches more than 10,000 design engineers involved in
all aspects of nanotechnology and MEMs. It provides the best of government,
industry, and university nanotech innovations with real-world applications in
areas such as electronics, materials, sensors, manufacturing, biomedical,
optics/photonics, and aerospace/defense. Visit Nanotech Briefs online at www.nanotechbriefs.com/.
Linda Bell, Publisher
(212) 490-3999, ext. 5511
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