R&D 100 Awards Open to Applications
March 20th, 2015 by Rebecca Todd
The R&D 100 Awards were established in 1963 to recognize state-of-the-art technology products and have been referred to as “the Oscars of Invention.” For past awardees, R&D 100 awards have provided a marketing boost for new innovations and recognition for the development teams and their partners.
Past winners include now-familiar products such as the automated teller machine (1973), HDTV (1998), and the 3D-printed robotic hand (2012).
Entries for 2015 are due April 20. There is a fee of $395 to enter your submission.
The 2015 R&D Technology Conference Nov. 12-13 in Las Vegas will include a multi-track educational conference and presentation of awards.