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Penn’s Singh Center for Nanotechnology wants your tiny, tiny projects

"Big Ideas through Small Technology" is the name of the competition. Submit your project by March 19.

So small.

The University of Pennsylvania’s Singh Center for Nanotechnology put out a call for researchers and startups to submit their brightest, tiniest projects as part of the Innovation Seed Grant Competition.

Participants will get a chance to have access tot laboratory/equipment time at the Singh Center and a spot to pitch their projects to investors during the annual Singh Nano Conference happening in October.

It’s not just a Penn thing. The contest is open to companies, students and researchers outside the university’s ecosystem.

Apply by March 19

“This competition is designed to help start-ups and small business launch nano related products, by providing access to crucial equipment for fabrication, characterization and measurement of nanomaterials and devices,” said the center’s marketing director Shannon Migdal.

Companies: University of Pennsylvania

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