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ROLEX Jun 14
Congratulations to the 2019 Laureates. We are proud to be part of their journey in the quest to make the world a better place.
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UN Environment Programme Jun 25
Congrats to , who is one of the for Enterprise winners! 👏👏 She is working to upcycle previously unrecyclable plastics like polyethylene into quality chemicals with a high market value.
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ROLEX Jun 26
, Ugandan IT specialist and 2019 Laureate, has developed a low-cost portable device, the Matiscope, that quickly detects malaria without needing a blood sample. More on
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ROLEX Jun 20
, Canadian molecular biologist and 2019 Laureate, is spearheading a process to recycle unrecyclable plastic waste into valuable chemicals for use in industrial and consumer products. More on
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ROLEX Jun 24
, 2019 Laureate, is helping paralysed people walk thanks to an implantable electronic “bridge” that restores control of their legs, bringing hope to thousands of people with spinal injury. More on
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ROLEX Jun 27
We are looking for visionaries with innovative and inspiring ideas. If you have a ground-breaking project that can make the world a better place, apply now for the 2021 . More
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Moeed Pirzada May 18
Support in the 2019 and discover the 10 finalists with inspiring projects to make the world a better place.
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Gary Player May 21
Voting is open for the 2019 and there are 10 inspiring projects making a global impact for a better world. No doubt all deserve recognition for their contribution to society!
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ROLEX Jun 19
, 2019 Laureate, is working in the Amazon to save the arapaima, the world’s biggest scaled freshwater fish, from extinction. This will also preserve the livelihoods and culture of local communities. More on
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Trevor Immelman May 22
I cast my vote, take a look and cast yours! 2019 Finalists - The Rolex Awards
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here&now May 21
Here is a press note releases by Bandipur Tiger Reserve forest officials wherein they have made it clear that they have not engaged any NGO/ individual or 'Wild Seve' for processing human wildlife conflict compensation claims in Bandipur. , ,
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Gladys K Zikusoka Jun 15
I am so proud of a Ugandan who became a Rolex Awards for Enterprise Laureate this week! As a 2010 Rolex Awards Jury member I met Brian, who has invented a technique of diagnosing malaria without taking a blood sample!
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Moris Atwine May 10
. has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Rolex Awards Please vote for us, using this link - Much Appreciated!
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Mo Abudu Jun 15
Please meet the Rolex Laureates of 2019. For Four decades, through the for Enterprise, has supported exceptional individuals who have the courage and conviction to take on major challenges, men & women who have a spirit of enterprise, initiating extraordinary
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ROLEX Jun 12
Thank you for supporting the 2019 finalists. The five Laureates will be announced on June 14 at the Explorers Festival in Washington, D.C.
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Brian Skerry Jun 12
Solutions to save the rich biodiversity of the Amazon from overfishing with Joao Campos-Silva at with
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ROLEX Jun 5
Through , we are tracking the impact of climate change with , helping ’s to create marine protected , and recognizing Laureates who are making the world a better place. |
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Gladys K Zikusoka Jun 16
At the , it was wonderful to see Rolex Awards Jury Member, the renowned Dr , marine biologist and explorer-in-residence, who I first met through supporting our work at , since 2011 when I became a Wings Fellow.
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Thorbjørn Olesen May 14
Best of luck to all those nominated for a Laureate award. Thank you for helping to make the world a better place 👏🏼
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Duke Environment Jun 17
Congratulations to alumna Krithi Karanth PhD'08 for being named a 2019 Laureate.
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