Congratulations to Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Northeast High School's 2018 Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam on receiving a U.S. Patent!
The latest news interviews, blog entries, video updates, and social media appearances for the 2020-2021 InvenTeams.
With a spike of COVID-19 surging across many parts of the nation, InvenTeams are applying savvy, and yes inventive, solutions for working in safe, socially distant ways.
The 2020 Smithtown High School West InvenTeam tells WABC about their plans to develop the "Personal Distance Monitor" to help children with autism manage their personal space.
InvenTeams diligently work on their inventions before heading out for the holiday break, while some plan to continue to build over the holidays.
Mr. Shultz was the teacher on the 2014 Wallenpaupack Area High School InvenTeam, located in Hawley, Penn.
Jonathan Hernandez was on the 2014 SOAR High School InvenTeam, located in Lancaster, Calif.
Ms. Thibault was the educator on the 2014 SOAR (Students on the Academic Rise) High School InvenTeam, in Lancaster, Calif.
Corine Peifer was on the 2014 Wallenpaupack Area High School InvenTeam, located in Hawley, Penn.
23 young inventors received a U.S patent for their InvenTeam project they started while students at Natick High School in Mass.
High school inventors from Baruch College Campus High School in New York, N.Y. showcased their InvenTeam project to President Obama at the White House Science Fair.
Student inventors from SOAR High School in Lancaster, Calif. and Wallenpaupack Area High School in Hawley, Penn. presented to President Obama at the White House Science Fair.
Students from Natick and Newton, Mass. traveled to the White House Science Fair to show their InvenTeam projects to President Barack Obama.
President Obama hosted the third White House Science Fair to celebrate students from across the country and their STEM projects.
President Obama hosts the second White House Science Fair celebrating student winners of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions nationwide.
Students epitomize possibilities the InvenTeam initiative provides and serve as role models for 14 new high schools awarded InvenTeam grants for 2010-11.