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Fraughton Photography Hanko Kiessner of Packsize explains his company's machine that produces packaging boxes on demand .Using continuously fed corrugated material the machine can produce boxes of different dimensions as needed by the user. Packsize was one of the finalists in the 10th annual Utah Innovation Awards lunch held at the Marriott City Center. Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Utah Innovation Awards honor technology’s best

First Published May 01 2012 04:16 pm • Last Updated May 01 2012 06:48 pm

During a luncheon Tuesday at Salt Lake’s Marriott City Center, Stoel Rives LLP and the Utah Technology Council honored the 2012 recipients of the Utah Innovation Awards, a program in its 10th year.

A committee made up of almost 60 experts from private industry, government and higher education selected eight winners from 19 finalists:

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Biotechnology » Pharmaceutical Epigenetic Therapies for Cancer Patients, by Salarius Pharmaceuticals

Clean Technology/Energy » W-10 Wind Power Universal Transmission, by VMT Technologies LLC

Computer Hardware/Electrical Devices » Glasses-Free Color Animated Holograms, by Holorad LLC

Consumer Products » WaterBlock, by HzO Inc.

Consumer Software/Web Services » Soropad, by Inception Learning.

Enterprise Software/Web-Enabled B2B Solutions » Needle by Needle Inc.

Mechanical Systems/Chemicals/Manufacturing » EM7-25, by Packsize International LLC.

Medical Device » Prevue Ultrasound System & Pinpoint Disposables, by Bard Access Systems Inc.


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The Utah Innovation Awards program is supported by the Association of Corporate Growth, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, MountainWest Capital Network, USTAR, Utah Manufacturers Association, Wayne Brown Institute and the Women Tech Council.

Program sponsors include Stage 12, Utah Business Magazine, Webb Audio Visual Communication and KUER 90.1.



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