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Abstract:
The deadline for submitting entries to the ONCE International R&D Award is September 5th
The Award for the best technological innovation is of 240,000.00•

5th Edition of the ONCE International R&D Award

Madrid, Spain | Posted on July 7th, 2008

All natural or legal persons interested in the Award are welcome to send their projects in the following fields: engineering, artificial intelligence, computing, telecommunications, micro-technology and nanoelectronics, with the ultimate purpose of correcting or overcoming the limitations suffered by the blind or the visually impaired on account of their disability.

All natural or legal persons interested in the Award are welcome to send their projects in the following fields: engineering, artificial intelligence, computing, telecommunications, micro-technology and nanoelectronics, with the ultimate purpose of correcting or overcoming the limitations suffered by the blind or the visually impaired on account of their disability.

To submit a project:

All submission materials must be sent, either in English or Spanish, to:

Secretaría de la V Edición del Premio Internacional ONCE de I+D en Nuevas Tecnologías para Ciegos y Deficientes Visuales

Calle José Ortega y Gasset, 18
28006 Madrid (España)

Full terms and conditions of the Award can be looked up and downloaded in the webpage: www.once.es/otros/premios/imasd

The Experts‚ Committee that will examine and asses the projects has recently been formed. As in previous editions, the Committee gathers distinguished personalities of the academic, scientific and business areas.

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Contacts:
Secretary´s office ONCE
Phone:34 913846778


Burson-Marsteller
Nieves Barousse / Alba Rodríguez
Tel. + 34 91 384 67 73 / 52 / 00

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