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Home > News > New Water Treatment System Wins Top Innovation Award, UK

March 6th, 2008

New Water Treatment System Wins Top Innovation Award, UK

Abstract:
The Prize was presented at the annual Royal Society Fromlabstoriches' event. £250,000 was also awarded to a project that will look to develop carbon nanotubes for use in optical and photonics devices used in bio-medical instruments and other areas. The awards are given to encourage innovation in science and technology and promote its commercial application.

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