Read the latest research and reports on invention and invention education. 

Lemelson-MIT and partners MED-EL Medical Electronics, Deaf Kids Code and Invention Convention hosted a webinar on the ideas4ears children’s invention contest that aims to come up with solutions for people living with hearing loss.

A two-part webinar series on coding and computer science in afterschool programs.

This series includes 14 helpful webinars that share information and resources on the inventing process, including trainings on how to use circuits and electronics, batteries, and molding materials.

We collaborated with Cricket Media Inc. for their invention issues of CLICK, ASK, DIG, COBBLESTONE, and MUSE, which feature Lemelson-MIT young inventors and staff members. 

Keep up with the everything that is happening in inventing and invention education from the Lemelson-MIT community.

From meeting with state officials, to gaining advices from corporate mentors in the area, check out what the high school InvenTeams are up to in their local communities.

The Lemelson-MIT Program partnered with the Boy Scouts of American in 2010 to encourage Scouts to be inventive and solve real-world problems. The merit badge will provide Boy Scouts with an understanding of the impact and importance of inventive thinking and doing. Learn more about the requirements of earning the Inventing Merit Badge.