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March 21st, 2007
Three teams from the University of Tennessee were selected as semifinalists for the "Nano Idea to Product Competition," a contest that event organizers are hoping will bring innovation to the field of nanotechnology.
Part of the larger event, Nano Nexus 2007, this competition invited teams composed of graduate students to formulate ideas and impact the field of applied science and technology dealing with matter on a scale smaller than a human hair.
Although emphasis was placed on nanotechnological innovation, teams were required to also assess the market value and economic impact of their finished products.
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