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Correction on Nanomechanics’ winning technology

R&D 100-teknoYesterday’s posting about the R&D 100 Awards winners incorrectly listed the technology for Nanomechanics, Inc. Its winning entry was “InSEM HT”, a high-temperature in-situ mechanical testing system, not “TuffTek,” the technology of the company listed about Nanomechanics. Nothing like good eyesight! But, irony of ironies, the “TuffTek” technology belongs to a company founded by former Oak Ridger Jim Phillips, now Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Arkansas-based NanoMech, Inc.
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