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Eventseum™ Hall of Fame circles the globe to celebrate winners of the world´s most prestigious awards

Where the world´s most talented innovators engage, form alliances and share their innovations

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AWARD WINNING INNOVATORS

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Scientia Professor Martin Green, University of New South Wales

Development of Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell (PERC) solar photovoltaic technology, which has underpinned recent exponential growth in high-performance, low-cost solar electricity.

The Nobel Prize In Chemistry 2022

Carolyn R. Bertozzi
Stanford University

Morten Meldal
University of Copenhagen

K. Barry Sharpless
Scripps Research

The Nobel Prize In Chemistry 2022

Click chemistry and bioorthogonal reactions have taken chemistry into the era of functionalism. This is bringing the greatest benefit to humankind.

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Professor Donald Sadoway, MIT

Invented liquid metal batteries that store renewable energy on large scale to bring more wind and solar power onto the electricity grid.

Scientia Professor Martin Green, University of New South Wales

Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell (PERC) technology has become the most efficient silicon solar cell technology and transformed the production of solar energy.

Dr. Masato Sagawa, Japan

Discovery and development of the world’s most powerful permanent magnet, enabling cleaner, energy-saving technologies.

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MIT Alumni, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

High-Speed Superyacht Tender Achieves 75-nautical-mile range at 20 knots by eliminating hydrodynamic drag

Stanford University

Discovers rapid sustainable way to synthetically produce promising cancer-fighting compound

New York University (NYU)

Pursues early detection and treatment monitoring for breast cancer leveraging optical tomography

Oxford University

Develops hydrophobic solution to the solar energy challenge

Harvard University

Works to Develop 3-D Printer Inks to Enable Functions That Could Include Artificial Organ Creation

Graz University of Technology, Austria

Convert Aston Martin Rapide S to a bivalent H2/Gas internal combustion engine for 24-hour race at Nürburgring

Carnegie Mellon University

Researchers design a low-cost robot that can traverse nearly any terrain

Yonsei University, South Korea

Researchers design a silent speech recognition system to recognize words by tracking facial movements

NASA | European Space Agency (ESA)

Exciting Artemis I rocket launch paves the way for humanity’s return to the Moon

University of Maine

Researchers unveil Fully-recyclable 3D printed house made of ‘wood flour'

University of Glasgow

Engineers Develop Sweat-Powered Smartwatches

University of Sannio, Italy

Researchers have built the first hydrogen-powered house in Europe

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