Controlled Environments Experts' Choice Winners to be Awarded at Nanotech 2006 and Clean & Controlled Environments Conference in May at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston
October 04, 2005 12:07 PM US Eastern Timezone
Early-Bird Discount for Experts' Choice Awards entry ends October 15. Save $20 when you submit your nominations for the 2006 Controlled Environments Experts' Choice awards program by October 15, 2005.AMHERST, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 4, 2005--Early-Bird Discount for Experts' Choice Awards entry ends October 15. Save $20 when you submit your nominations for the 2006 Controlled Environments Experts' Choice awards program by October 15, 2005.
Through this program, Controlled Environments Magazine(TM), a Vicon publication, recognizes and rewards superior products, technologies, and facilities in the contamination prevention and controlled environment industry. Awards to be presented at the joint Nano Science & Technology Institute(NSTI)/Vicon conference and trade show Clean & Controlled Environments 2006.
The following categories will be recognized:
-- Cleaning/Critical Cleaning
-- Cleanroom Components
-- Cleanroom Furniture
-- Cleanroom Supplies
-- Enclosures, Glove Boxes, Isolators
Controlled Environments Magazine will also present a Best Facility Award, recognizing design/build contractors or subcontractors who have met specifications and cost goals for a controlled environment facility and have demonstrated the ability and expertise to overcome challenges with innovative solutions. An independent panel of industry experts will review all nominations and select finalists and winners.
The regular rate is USD $95 per nomination; the final deadline for entries is November 8, 2005. Entrants submitting nominations forms by the end of the day (midnight) on October 15, 2005 qualify for a special discounted rate of USD $75 per nomination.
"Third-party endorsement is a valuable and credible way for companies to promote their produces, services, and facilities," says Patrick Murphy, publisher of Controlled Environments Magazine. "This is an outstanding opportunity for companies to have their products and facilities singled out for excellence by industry thought leaders."
Finalist products, technologies, and facilities will be announced in the February 2006 issue of Controlled Environments Magazine. The magazine's May 2006 issue will profile winning products, technologies, and facility in a special report. Winners will also be recognized at a special awards ceremony at Clean and Controlled Environments 2006, (May 8-9, 2006; Boston, MA).
For details on the Controlled Environments Experts' Choice awards program or to obtain a nomination form, visit www.cemag.us/ceec
About Controlled Environments Magazine:
Controlled Environments Magazine (formerly A2C2 Magazine) is distributed to more than 25,000 contamination control professionals -- engineers, technicians, and engineering support personnel who are working on the front lines of clean manufacturing in Life Sciences, Microelectronics and other advanced applications. Each month, the print magazine and corresponding web site (www.cemag.us) provide its readers with current and practical technical information, product news, literature, and coverage of industry trends.
About Vicon Publishing:
Vicon Publishing, Inc. (www.viconpublishing.com) provides timely and relevant information to readers across select industries. It produces a number of print and online publications, as well as conferences and exhibitions, throughout the year. The business-to-business media company publishes Controlled Environments Magazine (formerly A2C2 Magazine), Animal Lab News, ALN e-mag, and Forensic Magazine. It conducts the annual TurnKey Conference (which delivers useful information on technology and trends in facility construction, renovation and equipment) and co-sponsors the Clean & Controlled Environments 2006 conference.
The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI; www.nsti.org) is chartered with the advancement and integration of nano and other advanced technologies through education, collaboration and research services. NSTI accomplishes this mission through its offerings of continuing education programs, conventions, scientific and business publishing and custom research services. NSTI produces the annual Nanotech 2006 conference and trade show, the most comprehensive international nanotechnology event in the world. NSTI also produces BioNano, Nanotech Ventures and NanoMaterials conferences. NSTI was founded in 1997 as a result of the merger between various scientific societies, and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with additional offices in California and Switzerland.