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November 9th, 2007

Business innovators covet Indiana 'Idol' recognition

Abstract:
The state government-backed, fast-paced, "American Idol"-like competitions gave 20 Indiana-based business startups and about 15 collegiate teams a chance to get exposure, find financial backers and ultimately help bring new ideas to market. (They also had a chance to win up to $10,000.)

$1,000 Biggest Opportunity: Indiana Nanotech, Indianapolis. Additives that enhance the effectiveness of dental products to control or prevent cavities.

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