Google: Project 10 to the 100 Winners

As it turns 12, Google announces how it will help the world.

Published on Sep 27, 2010

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Back in '08, to celebrate its 10th birthday, Google announced the launch of Project 10 to the 100th, putting up $10 million to fund five projects that would help change the world The company put a call out for ideas related to community, environment opportunity, energy, health, shelter, education and anything else, with an aim to benefit as many people as possible. Now, as it hits its twelfth birthday, Google has unveiled the competition winners.

The awardees are The Khan Project, a non-profit that provides high quality free education to anyone, anywhere, via online teaching videos; Schweeb, a human-powered monorail;, a non-profit that seeks to give online access to public government documents in the U.S.; student-driven robot fundraising programs for FIRST, a non-profit that seeks to inspire young people to become science and technology leaders and AIMS, The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cape Town, which seeks to promote graduate level study of math and science in Africa.

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Sep 27, 2010

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