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RE: A warm night in February
AnandY   9/19/2013 2:08:28 AM
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One of the best ways that innovative people can be rewarded for their contribution to coming up with the wonderful products is through the Golden Mousetrap awards. This ensures that they are kept on their toes to come up with something new. The entry fees are also very affordable therefore anybody is able to ensure that they can get their innovations into the competitions and get the credit that they deserve. A lot of information is also given therefore people who are interested should be able to know what they are expected to do so as to get into the competition. Personally I think that these people should be given the honour they deserve since we stand to benefit from the ideas that come out of the genius brains.

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2013 Golden Mousetrap Awards
apresher   9/17/2013 3:02:46 PM
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Completely agree that many great stories have surfaced because of entries. Very important part of our ongoing coverage of individual product areas.

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A warm night in February
Charles Murray   9/13/2013 5:53:23 PM
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Over the years, our best product stories have always come from Golden Mousetrap awards. Last year, we also honored the winners at our awards night in Anaheim (Medical Design & Manufacturing Show) in February.



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