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Students Win Burrill Competition With Plan for Renewable Energy

Madison, WI - First prize of $10,000 in the G. Steven Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition Friday was awarded to Virent Energy Systems, Inc., represented by Shailesh Ghimire, a second-year MBA student, and Mustapha Ould Eleya, a second-year MBA with a PhD in food science. Virent Energy Systems offers a biotech process for creating electricity using biomass products like rice hulls and whey......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 04/28/03


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