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Annual Tech Museum Awards honor five global innovators - SCU’s Center for Science, Technology, and Society judges entries from across the globe
In addition to the laureates being honored, Intel co-founder and technology industry luminary Gordon Moore will receive the 2007 James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award, also sponsored by Applied Materials, Inc., which honors individuals whose broad vision and leadership are helping to address humanity's greatest challenges.
Established in 2001, the Tech Museum Awards recognize 25 laureates in five categories: Environment, Economic Development, Education, Health, and Equality. These laureates have developed, or are currently developing, innovative ways of using technology to solve global challenges and benefit humanity. One laureate in each category will receive a $50,000 cash prize.
For a complete list of 2007 laureates and additional information, visit http://www.techawards.org/laureates/