October 16, 2020 marks #WorldFoodDay! To celebrate, we are highlighting four Lemelson-MIT student inventors whose food and agricultural-related inventions make them true #FoodHeroes!
LMIT reflects on the systemic racism and violence that the Black community has long endured.
LMIT's Leigh Estabrooks receives Society of Women Engineers WE Local Engaged Advocate Award.
Leigh Estabrooks, shares tales from her 13 year Invention Education journey with LMIT.
The USPTO is gathering information on the participation of women, minorities, and veterans in the patent system for purposes of a study.
“One of the greatest challenges I see is that women are not given opportunities to learn ways of thinking as an inventor.”
Couch to build upon program’s 20-year success in celebrating invention and inspiring youth to invent.
The year 2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the Lemelson-MIT Program and in honor of the milestone, Lemelson-MIT partnered with MIT Technology Review to create a custom editorial.
Check out all the photos and videos from the eighth annual EurekaFest event last month.
Stephanie Kwolek, inventor and 1999 Lemelson-MIT Lifetime Achievement Award winner, passes away at age 90.
Alfonso Perez, MITES alum and 2013 course 2 grad, receives Jerome Lemelson Fellowship to study in MEngM Program.
2012 Lemelson-MIT Invention Index reveals barriers and drivers to becoming U.S. inventors.
A new survey reveals a potential "innovation gap" in America.
Invention and innovation are essential to remaining globally competitive, and a new survey shows an untapped group of potential inventors in the U.S.