IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH PRIZE FOR ENGINEERING - Lord Browne, left, Chair of QEPrize Foundation, announces the winners of the inaugural Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, French Software Engineer Louis Pouzin, right, and U.S. Internet Pioneer Robert Kahn, centre, at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London on Monday, March 18, 2013. Five pioneering engineers, U.S. Robert Kahn, U.S. Vinton Cerf, French Louis Pouzin, British Tim Berners-Lee and U.S. Marc Andreessen, share this first prize. Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (QEPrize) is a new global engineering prize rewarding and celebrating an individual or group responsible for a ground-breaking innovation in engineering that has been of global benefit to humanity. The winners will share the 1 million pound (US$1.5 million or €1.16 million) prize money. (Sang Tan/AP Images for QEPrize)
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