October 16, 2020 marks #WorldFoodDay! To celebrate, we are highlighting four Lemelson-MIT student inventors whose food and agricultural-related inventions make them true #FoodHeroes!
LMIT reflects on the systemic racism and violence that the Black community has long endured.
An online summer program to teach students about biotechnology, and the unique ways neuroscientists and inventors use STEM knowledge to solve problems that matter.
Students around the country recognized for innovative solutions to better single-use plastic, aircraft fuel gauges, surgery techniques and more.
LMIT's Leigh Estabrooks receives Society of Women Engineers WE Local Engaged Advocate Award.
InvenTeams diligently work on their inventions before heading out for the holiday break, while some plan to continue to build over the holidays.
14 student teams nationwide were awarded up to $10K in grants to address local & worldwide problems.
Cody Friesen recognized for commitment to invention, education and mentorship.
As a guest on the EdSurge On Air podcast, Lemelson-MIT's Invention Education Officer, Leigh Estabrooks, shares tales from her 13 year Invention Education journey with LMIT. "The inventions are extraordinary, but it's the students that come up with these inventions that really blow me away. And I found over my years of working with the Lemelson-MIT Program that all students, all kids can invent."
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Inventions that enable fresh food production, address gaps in rural healthcare and improve safety of firefighters are just some examples from EurekaFest.
The USPTO is gathering information on the participation of women, minorities, and veterans in the patent system for purposes of a study.
Students nationwide recognized for revolutionary solutions to women’s health, food waste, transportation systems, and more.
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.”