Aug. 26, 2017 10:00 pm

And the winners of the 2017 Philly Geek Awards are…

All 14 categories, including Mission Leader of the Year, Movement of the Year and Impact Org of the Year.

Dang, look at that gorgeous award.

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Saturday night was the seventh annual Philly Geek Awards, the event honoring all the best people and projects in Philly STEM and social good.

Here are all 14 winners from the black tie event — including the coveted Geek of the Year title.

See all the nominees here.

Comic Creator of the Year

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Multimedia Project of the Year

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Dev Product of the Year

Founder Thomas Dixon. (Courtesy image)

Maker of the Year

  • Drumhenge (Peter English and Jeff Gregorio)

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Feature Length Indie Film of the Year

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Partnership of the Year

  • Clarifi and the Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services for Ex-Offenders (RISE)

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Technologist of the Year

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Scientist of the Year

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Game of the Year

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Startup of the Year

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Mission Leader of the Year

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Impact Org of the Year

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Movement of the Year

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Geek of the Year

Marion Leary (second from right) at King of Prussia Mall to show off ImmERgeLabs tech. (Photo via

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