National Medal of Technology


National Medal of Technology

The National Medal of Technology is the highest honor bestowed by the President of the United States to America' leading innovators. Enacted by Congress in 1980, the Medal of Technology was first awarded in 1985. The Medal is given annually to individuals, teams, or companies for accomplishments in the innovation, development, commercialization, and management of technology, as evidenced by the establishment of new or significantly improved products, processes, or services.

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The 1999 National Medal of Technology By Scientific American
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