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.
President Obama hosted the third White House Science Fair to celebrate students from across the country and their STEM projects.
Begg is the recipient of the prestigious $30,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for his inventions that are making surgical procedures less invasive.
16 high school teams awarded up to $10,000 in grants to bring invention ideas to life.
The Lemelson-MIT Program today announced Ashok Gadgil as the recipient of the 2012 Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation.
The Lemelson-MIT Collegiate Student Prize is awarded to inventive students at leading universities.
President Obama hosts the second White House Science Fair celebrating student winners of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions nationwide.
2012 Lemelson-MIT Invention Index reveals barriers and drivers to becoming U.S. inventors.
Today, the Lemelson-MIT Program announced the 16 teams of students, teachers and mentors selected to participate in the 2011–2012 InvenTeam initiative.
Alice A. Chen, a biomedical engineer and graduate student, received the prestigious $30,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for her innovative applications of microtechnology to study human health and disease.
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.