23 young inventors received a U.S patent for their InvenTeam project they started while students at Natick High School in Mass.
15 student teams nationwide set sights on inventing solutions to real-world problems.
Legendary skaters Rodney Mullen and Christian Hosoi join MIT experts for a fun and educational event.
Ramesh Raskar sets sights on launching peer-to-peer invention platforms for global impact.
Couch to build upon program’s 20-year success in celebrating invention and inspiring youth to invent.
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.
The Lemelson-MIT Program announced the winners of the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize, a nationwide search for the most inventive college students.
Free invention activity guides available to educators nationwide to bring hands-on learning to the classroom.
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.
14 student teams nationwide address social and environmental issues through invention.
Dr. Jay Whitacre’s technology has the potential to transition the world toward a more sustainable energy future.
The Lemelson-MIT Program announced the winners of the Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition.
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.
LMIT awarded 15 teams up to $10,000 each in grant funding as part of its 2014–2015 InvenTeam initiative.
The Lemelson-MIT Program is excited to announce the addition of “Drive it!” and “Eat it!” prize categories for the 2015 National Collegiate Student Prize Competition.
Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia, biomedical engineer and professor at MIT, is the recipient of the 2014 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize.