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How Supersonic Tech Got Into Cardiac Devices and Saved Lives

NASA's Robert Bryant has been Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame® for creating a new material that's helped make pacemakers more effective.

Pesticide innovation takes top prize at Collegiate Inventors Competition

On Oct. 12, MIT mechanical engineering alumnus Vishnu Jayaprakash SM '19, PhD '22 was named the first-place winner in the graduate category of the Collegiate Inventors Competition.

Kiva Systems Creators Inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame

Kiva Systems’ creators Raffaello D’Andrea, Mick Mountz and Peter Wurman were recognized for their innovation by being inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF). The Class of 2022 includes 27 pioneers who were honored in Washington, D.C. on May 5-6.

Tech Graduates Win Collegiate Inventors Award

Students, Stephen Kalinsky and Jared Meyers, are both recent graduates of the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering and took part in the 2021 Collegiate Inventors Competition (CIC). Entrepreneurial spirit is a focus of the BME department here at the Institute, and continues to allow tech grads to do great thing with their talents.

FAU Student Finalist in 2021 Collegiate Inventors Competition

Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science’s Matthew Maggio is one of five undergraduate national finalists of the “2021 Collegiate Inventors Competition®,” a program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame®.

Super Soaker Inventor Inducted into Hall of Fame

An engineer, Johnson is the inventor of the Super Soaker®, which became a best-selling toy generating well over $1 billion in sales over its lifetime.

Googler Marian Croak is Now in the Inventors Hall of Fame

To recognize the incredible contributions of inventors and the benefits they bring to our everyday life, the National Inventors Hall of Fame has inducted a new group of honorees every year since 1973.

Georgia Tech Students Named Finalists in National Invention Competition

Stephen Kalinsky and Jared Meyers are two undergraduates at the Atlanta university and will be competing in the 2021 Collegiate Inventors Competition.

Camp Invention Hands-on Summer STEM Program Goes Virtual

The National Inventors Hall of Fame’s Camp Invention program has gotten pretty, well, inventive with the way it delivers content during the pandemic. And that includes offering both in-person and virtual camps, connecting not only to K-8 students, but to entire families through the Camp Invention at Home program.

Parents Honor Son’s Memory with Scholarships to His Favorite Camp

The parents of a Mount Horeb boy, who unexpectedly died in 2018, are giving other children the opportunity to attend their son’s favorite summer activity, Camp Invention.

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