New Inventors - ABC TV. Unfortunately, the New Inventors will not be renewed for 2012 but thanks for your interest and support over the years.
Inventions from past episodes THOMM (Hand Over Management Module) is software that can list, prioritise, and assign very important tasks to hospital in-patients for the next shift.... More » UPheels UPheels are clear plastic supports, which attach to the base of a high heeled shoe to prevent the narrow spikes from sinking into soft surfaces.... EVestG EVestG is a new diagnostic technique that measures the patterns of electrical activity in the brain’s vestibular (or balance) system allowing Doctors to dramatically fast-track the detection of mental and neurological illnesses....
More inventions » Quote of the Week "I can't understand why people are frightened of new ideas. A Message from Warren Brown (Ep 18 - Guest Judge) This invention is perfect for the house that is undergoing a locust plague and already has a cycleway built under the eaves....Warren Brown. The Lemelson-MIT Awards for Invention and Innovation. The Lemelson-MIT Awards honor both established and rising inventors for their ingenuity, creativity and contribution to invention and innovation.
The awards recognize the profound impact that inventors can have on economic and social well-being. The awards include the following: Bestowed annually, The Lemelson-MIT Awards were first presented in 1995. They are part of a comprehensive program administered by the Lemelson-MIT Program and established by the Lemelson Foundation to raise the stature of inventors and to inspire invention among young people. Find out about previous recipients at our Winners' Circle. Historical Lemelson-MIT Awards Awards programs evolve over time, and The Lemelson-MIT Program has adapted its awards to keep pace with the recognition prize ecosystem and societal changes. 2013 was the final year that the $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation (previously named the Award for Sustainability) was awarded. RB.ru. American Chamber of Commerce in Russia.