The ExAblate was awarded the Wall St. Journal's 2004 bronze prize for Technology innovation.
The awards recognize technological breakthroughs by individuals, companies and organizations around the world in a wide range of areas, including medicine, software, hardware, the Internet, wireless and broadcasting.
The judges selected Gold, Silver and Bronze winners overall, as well as a winner in each of the 12 industry categories. They also chose 23 runners-up and two honorable mentions. Winners and runners-up come from the U.S., Canada, Finland, Israel, Japan, the Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
“Through these awards, The Wall Street Journal seeks to recognize innovation—and each of these winners embodies the creative thinking that enabled them to rise the top of their respective industries,” said Karen Elliott House, publisher, The Wall Street Journal, and senior vice president, Dow Jones & Company. “We also believe that in today’s business environment, it has never been more important to discover and nurture new ideas.”