Innocence Project receives Tech Museum honor
Each year, the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, Calif., honors 25 organizations that use technology to improve people’s lives around the world. The museum announced today that the Innocence Project is among five nominees for this year’s Katherine M. Swanson Equality Award for using DNA technology to overturn wrongful convictions and reform the criminal justice system.
The awards will be presented at the museum’s November 7, 2007, gala event.
Learn more about the event and the other recipients here
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