Some articles on prize, prize foundation, foundation:
... The Archon Genomics X PRIZE presented by Express Scripts for Genomics, the second X Prize to be offered by the X Prize Foundation, based in Playa Vista, California, was announced on ... The Archon X Prize in genomics began as a joint effort of the X Prize Foundation and the J ... Craig Venter Science Foundation ...
... The Ansari X PRIZE for Suborbital Spaceflight was the first prize from the foundation ... The first part of the Ansari X PRIZE requirements was fulfilled by Mike Melvill on September 29, 2004 in the Burt Rutan designed, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen financed spacecraft SpaceShipOne when Melvill broke ... invested in new technologies in pursuit of the prize ...
... In 1994, Diamandis founded the X PRIZE Foundation after reading Charles Lindbergh's The Spirit of St ... He serves as the chairman and CEO of the foundation ... The X PRIZE was created to fund and operate a $10 million incentive competition intended to inspire a new generation of private passenger-carrying spaceships ...
... The X Prize Foundation began work on the development of a competition to spur innovation in the automotive industry in 2005 and on 6 March 2006 announced that Mark Goodstein would join the Foundation as ... A little more than year later, on 12 April 2007, the Foundation formally announced the creation of the prize at the 2007 New York Auto Show and set the purse at $10 million for a car that could get 100 mpg (2.4 L/100 ... In the subsequent year, the X Prize Foundation solidified sponsorship for the prize and on 20 March 2008 announced that Progressive Insurance would be the Title Sponsor of the Prize and fund the $10 ...
Famous quotes containing the words foundation and/or prize:
“A face is too slight a foundation for happiness.”
—Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (16891762)
“He saw, he wishd, and to the prize aspird.
Resolvd to win, he meditates the way,
By force to ravish, or by fraud betray;
For when success a lovers toil attends,
Few ask, if fraud or force attaind his ends.”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)