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The Medal

Thank You

The Tech Museum of Innovation gratefully thanks the following contributors to the exhibition and its Education Endowment.
The Spirit of American Innovation: Innovation and Commercialization for a Global Society is made possible with the support of the United States Department of Commerce and Applied Materials, Inc., helping The Tech inspire the innovator in everyone.

Exhibit Sponsors

Applied Materials, Inc.

SGI
The Elizabeth and Stephen Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
United States Department of Commerce

Philips
Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
National Science & Technology Medals Foundation

Endowment Investors

Intel Corporation

The James and Rebecca Morgan Family Foundation
Ronya and George Kozmetsky

Paul and Marcia Cook
Ann Bowers Noyce
Lida and Alex Zaffaroni

Richard Elkus, Jr.
Gordon and Gwen Bell
Lockheed Martin
Joseph M. Juran

Chauncey and Doris Starr
Wilson Greatbatch Ltd.
Walt and Anne Robb
Electric Power Research Institute
Maria and Bob Evans
Gail E. Kendall
Delbert H. Meyer
Frank and Dorothy Stulen
Helen and Donald Edwards
Alvin Tollestrup

Ronald H. Brown receiving the National Medal of Technology from President Bill Clinton in 1996.

Ronald H. Brown with President Bill Clinton.

 
 
 
 
Kenneth H. Olsen receiving the National Medal of Technology from President Bill Clinton - 1993.

Kenneth H. Olsen receiving the National Medal of Technology from President Bill Clinton - 1993.

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