Nine international and several national awards, acknowledgements
Seaborg SIYSS Award
The Tech Award
San Jose, California
International Enterpreneurship Award
Arizona, Phoenix May 2005, Intel–ISEF: at the world competition of young scientists and inventors, with 1447 participants, the international jury awarded Leonar3Do's prototype with the following six first prizes:
- IEEE Computer Society, First Award;
- Patent and Trademark Office Society, First Award;
- Intel Foundation Achievement Award;
- Computer Science - Presented by Intel Foundation, Best of Category;
- Computer Science - Presented by Intel Foundation, First Award;
- Seaborg SIYSS Award.
In the same year, MIT Lincoln Laboratory named a planetoid after Dániel.
Also in 2005, he was the first to be awarded the prestigious György Oláh Young Scientist Award by our Nobelist scientist.
Spring 2008, the Prime Minister awarded Dániel Rátai's innovative achievements with the Youth of March state award on the occasion of our national day.
September 2008, San Jose, Tech Museum of Innovation: Tech Awards. The jury selected the Leonar3Do project of 3D for All Ltd. to be among the five most significant innovations of the world in the category of education, out of 329 candidates form 58 countries. No Hungarian candidate has ever received a Tech Award before.
March 2009: Pannon Role Model Award
December 2009, the Conference of Hungarian Rectors took patronage over the education project of Leonar3Do.
April 2010, New York Stock Exchange, Kairos Summit: Intelius International Entrepreneurship Award. Out of the ten countries represented at the 2010 Summit of Churchill Club Panel on Young Entrepreneurs. The team developing Leonar3Do into a product was the only international prize-winner out of ten countries that gained qualification for the exhibition of Churchill Club Panel on Young Entrepreneurs in Palo Alto, 24th May 2010. Churchill Club is considered to be the number one business and technology forum of Silicon Valley.