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Andrew McGonigle’s pioneering technology is helping scientists around the world to predict volcanic eruptions more accurately. By Julian Cribb Seven hundred million people live within the radius of destruction of one of Earth’s 600 active volcanoes. And 60 to 80 major volcanic eruptions occur somewhere on the planet each year, a frequency that has inexplicably… Read more
Five Rolex Laureates with highly successful projects gave the benefit of their experiences and the challenges involved in changing the future at a public symposium on 14 November presented by the Los Angeles Times, the Rolex Awards and the UCLA Anderson School of Management, The LA Times Summit – The Big Idea: Innovating for Tomorrow… Read more
Four visionary women and six men – from nine countries have won Rolex Awards for Enterprise, presented in Los Angeles on 15 November. The 2016 winners include a polar scientist, a robotic suit designer and an eye specialist who wants to save millions of people from going blind. Other winners have projects as diverse as… Read more
Dozens of leading figures from the worlds of business, cinema, science, sport and the arts gathered on 15 November at the Dolby Theatre, home of the Academy Awards, for a celebration to announce the winners of the 2016 Rolex Awards for Enterprise. In keeping with the Hollywood setting, the five new Rolex Laureates – Andrew… Read more
Thirty innovators from around the world have been selected as finalists in the 2016 Rolex Awards for Enterprise. To mark the 40th anniversary of the programme this year, Rolex decided to present Awards to five Laureates and five Young Laureates. Each winner will receive a Rolex chronometer and funding for their project (Laureates receive 100,000… Read more