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Second sight bir çok prestijli ödüle layık görüldü.

Second Sight has won 10 prestigious award this year:





MIT Technology Review

50 Smartest Companies

In 2014, Second Sight Medical Products is one of the 50 Smartest Companies alongside Medtronic, Monsanto or Google.


The CNN 10: Inventions

The Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System is one of the CNN 10 Inventions alongside the Google Glass (Google), the Tooth "Tattoo" (Princeton University) or the Atlas Robot (Boston Dynamics).


The 25 Best Inventions of 2013 (World-Changing)

In 2012, the award winners list include international companies such as Google (Google Glass) and Sony (RX100 Digital Camera).


Popular Science

Best of What's New (Innovation of the Year)

Former award winners:

2012: Google (Google Now)
2009: 3M (Littmann Electronic Stethoscope)
2008: Sony (Sony XEL-1 OLED Television)



2013 Medical Device Manufacturer of the Year

Previous winners of this award: Johnson & Johnson (2011), Siemens (2010), Edwards Lifesciences (2009)


Cleveland Clinic

Top 10 Medical Innovations of 2014

Former award winners:

2013: Bariatric Surgery for Control of Diabetes

2012: Catheter-Based Renal Denervation to Control Resistant Hypertension

2011: New Molecular Imaging Biomarker for Early Detection, Prevention, and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease


World Economic Forum

Technology Pioneer 2014

The earlier Technology Pioneers include worldwide leading companies such as Google (2001), Wikimedia (2008), Twitter (2010) and Dropbox (2012).


Technology Pioneer 2014, Robert Greenberg, President & CEO of Second Sight


The 25 Most Audacious Companies


Eye on Innovation Award

Foundation Fighting Blindness

Visionary Award (Robert Greenberg, MD)

Former award winners:

2012: Eliot L. Berson, M.D., Director of the Berman-Gund Laboratory for the Study of Retinal Degenerations located at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear
2011: Richard Petty ("The King of NASCAR") and O. Bruton Smith (Chairman and CEO Sonic Automotive and Speedway Motorsports)
2010: Ray Lewis, Sunseria “Buffy” Smith (both: The Ray Lewis Foundation), David S. Cordish (Chairman of The Cordish Companies)