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The Research and Development Counci of New Jersey recently held its 35th Edison Patent Awards Ceremony and Reception at the Liberty Science Center. This is an annual awards ceremony held each year to honor N.J. innovation.
The R&D Council of N.J. honored thirteen patents and their research organizations along with over 50 inventors ... and Jersey native John J. Mooney captured the spotlight.
Mooney was honored with the Council's highest honor, the Science & Technology Medal. John is the co-inventor of the three-way catalytic converter, an invention that was recognized in 2002, when John was awarded the National Medal of Technology, the nationâ€™s highest honor for science and technology.