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March 29th, 2007
Oklahoma awards state's first nanotechnology applications competition winners
Five small Oklahoma businesses that will improve their competitive position through nanotechnology are recipients of nearly $1.25 million in the first Oklahoma Nanotechnology Applications Project award.
OCAST, the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, contracted with the Oklahoma Alliance for Manufacturing Excellence and the Oklahoma Technology Commercialization Center, managed by i2E Inc., to help implement the new program.
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