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.
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.
Quake recognized for biomedical discoveries and inventions in human health.
Students from Natick and Newton, Mass. traveled to the White House Science Fair to show their InvenTeam projects to President Barack Obama.
Winners of the Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition announced after nationwide search.
The Lemelson–MIT Program announced the launch of the Junior Varsity (JV) InvenTeam initiative, designed to cultivate inventive curiosity in ninth and tenth grade students traditionally lacking access to hands-on STEM opportunities.
Today, the Lemelson-MIT Program is awarding 15 teams of high school students up to $10,000 each in grant funding as part of its 2013-2014 InvenTeam initiative.
The prestigious Collegiate Student Prize program has been extended to include the most inventive undergraduate and graduate students nationwide.
Alfonso Perez, MITES alum and 2013 course 2 grad, receives Jerome Lemelson Fellowship to study in MEngM Program.
LMIT announced it will expand its 10-year commitment to inspiring our nation’s next generation of inventors in partnership with The Lemelson Foundation.
Angela Belcher, a materials chemist and leading scientist in nanotechnology, is the recipient of the 2013 Lemelson-MIT Prize.
In recognition of their life-saving technologies, the Lemelson-MIT Program awarded Rebecca Richards-Kortum and Maria Oden the 2013 $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation.