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November 14th, 2007
NorTech Announces 2007 Innovation Award Winners
NorTech, Northeast Ohio's leading technology-based economic development organization, recognized winners of the 2007 Innovation Awards yesterday during the NorTech Summit at LaCentre in Westlake, Ohio. NorTech hosts the annual Innovation Awards to honor individuals, companies and organizations producing innovative products and processes in Northeast Ohio. The Summit was keynoted by Dr. Stanley Gryskiewicz, a consultant and an international authority with over thirty- five years of experience in leadership, creativity, innovation and change management.
The 2007 Innovation Award winners were selected based on the theme "breakthrough innovation"-technologies that have the potential to dramatically impact a specific industry or market sector. A distinguished panel of judges chose seven companies/organizations in Northeast Ohio with inventions in a variety of technical fields including: nanotechnology, robotics, cancer diagnostics, medical imaging, air filtration, electronic sensory technology, and advanced energy (fuel cells).
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