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Lockheed Martin award for 14 Indian innovators

Top 14 indian innovators have been awarded Innovators award by Aerospace gaint Lockheed Martin Corporation which along with Federation of Indian Industry and Commerce and IC Squared Institute at the University of Texas had organized a program called "India Innovation Growth Program" to help Indian innovators take their technologies into the U.S. and European markets.

Here is the list of top 14 Innovators

Gold medalists

1. Natesh Babu of Techweb Technologies, Bangalore
2. Amarnath Bhat of Oriental Software, Bangalore
3. R.Gopalan of Composites Technology Park, Bangalore
4. Mahendra Pratap of Integra Microsystems, Bangalore
5. Janak Seth of Century Pharmaceuticals,Vadodara,
6. T.R.Rao, Mumbai
7. Meera Goel of Som Extracts, Ghaziabad.

Silver Medalists

1. W. Amarnath, Chennai,
2. Mohan Kandaswamy of Oriental Aquamarine Biotech India, Coimbatore,
3. Ashwin Bhambri, New Delhi,
4. Joydeb Roy Chowdhury of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)’s Durgapur-based Centre for Mechanical Engineering Research Institute,
5. Basant Kumar Gupta, Mumbai,
6. Vinod Kalande, Akola, and
7. Nimish Sharma of Aurora Integrated Systems, Kanpur.

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