Google has finally announced the winners of its Project 10^100 contest, which will award five different projects a total of $10 million.
The contest was first announced back in 2008 but has taken quite a long time to reach its conclusion, after Google changed the project to focus on "themes" rather than specific ideas. Sixteen themes were selected exactly a year ago, and the public was given an opportunity to vote on the themes most worthy of funding.
Organizations then submitted specific proposals for the five most popular ideas, and the list of winners follows below:
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