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The National Medal of Technology

2003 National Medal of Technology Recipients

2002 National Medal of Technology Recipients

2001 National Medal of Technology Recipients

2000 National Medal of Technology Recipients

1999 National Medal of Technology Recipients

1998 National Medal of Technology Recipients

1997 Medal of Technology Recipients

The National Medal of Technology, established by Congress in 1980, is administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The medal is awarded for technological innovation and the advancement of U.S. global competitiveness. The medal also recognizes groundbreaking contributions that commercialize a technology, create jobs, improve productivity, or stimulate the nation's growth and development in other ways.

The 2003 National Medal of Technology recipients were awarded their medals by President George W. Bush on March 14, 2005.


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