The wait is officially over!
The National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF) announced its 2020 class of Inductees on Tuesday, Jan. 7 with the help of an innovative panel, which included 2020 Inductees Mick Mountz and Raffaello D’Andrea.
At CES® in Las Vegas, NIHF introduced its latest class of game-changing inventors who have transformed our world. On the CTA Grand Lobby Stage, Rini Paiva, NIHF’s Executive Vice President of Selection and Recognition, and Andrei Iancu, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), were joined by Mountz and D’Andrea to discuss the 2020 class.
NIHF’s newest class of Inductees includes a group of inventors who have made lasting impacts on technology, engineering, medicine, agriculture, athletics and much more. The panel shared a conversation about the influence of these visionaries while also discussing the evolving technology landscape and importance of innovation.
The 2020 Class of Inductees
R. Rox Anderson
Bend-Insensitive Optical Fiber
Edward W. Bullard
Mobile Robotic Material Handling for Order Fulfillment
The new class of Inductees will officially join the NIHF family during the annual Induction Ceremony on Thursday, May 7 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
Learn About Our New Class
The 2020 class of Inductees is filled with inspiring inventors and entrepreneurs who have helped shape the world around us. Learn more about our newest Inductees and consider partnering with NIHF to help drive innovation forward.