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The Lemelson Foundation Announces $24 Million to Inspire and Educate the Next Generation of Inventors Grants to the Lemelson-MIT Program and National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance support educational efforts
The Lemelson Foundation believes that invention is critical to solving the world's most pressing problems.
Founded in 1993 by Jerome Lemelson and his wife, Dorothy, the Foundation has devoted the past two decades to fostering creativity and celebrating the innovative spirit. With over 600 patents to his name, Jerome Lemelson understood the importance of innovation to ensure a bright future. The Foundation has donated more than $150 million to improve lives through invention in the U.S. and developing countries.
Our goal is to provide people worldwide with an environment conducive to invention, innovation and entrepreneurship. We play a catalytic role for inventors and innovators through our grant making in three programmic areas- education and inspiration, inventor support and enterprise development.
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