Technology Academy Finland

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Technology Academy Finland (formerly Millennium Prize Foundation and Finnish Technology Award Foundation) is an independent foundation established in 2002 by Finnish industry and the Government of Finland in partnership.

The foundation's objectives also include promoting Finland as a high-tech country by strengthening and bringing together domestic and international networks, demystifying technology, actively participating in public discussion about its significance and encouraging children and young people to study technology, natural sciences and mathematics. Technology Academy Finland's actions reflect the principles of Corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Technology Academy Finland awards the biennial, 1-million euro Millennium Technology Prize and grants other rewards and scholarships.

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