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Camp Invention Gives Kids a Chance to Get Creative

Students in Stevens Point got a chance to become inventors.

Camp Makes Canadian Debut at Durham College

The college hosted the first-ever Canadian offering of Camp Invention.

Inventor Shares His Love of Learning Science with Camp Invention Students

Campers got to meet “real-life” inventor James E. West.

Camp Invention Prepares Tomorrow’s Innovators

Camp Invention, an annual summer program hosted by the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF), in partnership with the USPTO, turns curious kindergarten through sixth grade students into innovative thinkers.

How D-Day Technology Made Operation Overlord a Success

The Higgins Boat's importance to the success of D-Day has earned it a place in the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Enriching Education: Camp Invention

An interview Jayme Cellitioci, creativity and innovation strategist at the National Inventors Hall of Fame, about a great summer opportunity called Camp Invention.

Authentic World War II Era Boat on Display in Alexandria

A new exhibit at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria lets you step aboard a piece of World War II history.

Camp Invention Seeking Participants and Sponsors for Local Students

Registration is available now for Camp Invention: Supercharged. It's a high-energy, hands-on STEM camp happening this summer at the Brazos School for Inquiry & Creativity.

National Instruments Co-Founders Inducted into Inventors Hall of Fame

National Instruments co-founders James Truchard and Jeff Kodosky, who founded one of the country’s pioneering technology companies while working at The University of Texas at Austin, have been selected as 2019 inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

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