The Lemelson-MIT Program is hosting a week-long invention program on the MIT campus for students during school vacation week. Students will develop their skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through fun, invention-based design activities and challenges.

Using the JV InvenTeams Chill Out activity guide, students will experience the inventive mindset as they build a lunch box and learn about and experiment with creative applications of heat and heat transfer, and explore topics such as:

Convection, conduction,and radiation
Heat and energy
Electricity and circuits
Peltier devices, which can be used for both heating and cooling

Questions?
Please email Adam Santone, Invention Education Coordinator or contact him directly at 617-452-2145