15 student teams nationwide awarded up to $10K in grants to address local problems.
Luis von Ahn recognized for commitment to invention, education and mentorship.
Following a nationwide search for the most inventive college students, the Lemelson-MIT today announced the winners of the 2018 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize.
“One of the greatest challenges I see is that women are not given opportunities to learn ways of thinking as an inventor.”
Mr. Shultz was the teacher on the 2014 Wallenpaupack Area High School InvenTeam, located in Hawley, Penn.
15 student teams nationwide address local problems through invention.
Jonathan Hernandez was on the 2014 SOAR High School InvenTeam, located in Lancaster, Calif.
Feng Zhang recognized for commitment to invention, collaboration and mentorship.
Ms. Thibault was the educator on the 2014 SOAR (Students on the Academic Rise) High School InvenTeam, in Lancaster, Calif.
The Lemelson-MIT Program awarded $115,000 in prizes to four undergraduate teams and five individual graduate inventors.
Corine Peifer was on the 2014 Wallenpaupack Area High School InvenTeam, located in Hawley, Penn.
JV InvenTeams grants help middle and high school students develop as young inventors.
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.