Nominations open for the Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation
Each year, the Lemelson-MIT Program recognizes outstanding inventors working on technological inventions to help the poor in developing countries with the $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation. The award also establishes inventor role models who can inspire youth to solve challenges in the developing world through invention. Past winners include Martin Fisher, BP Agrawal, Elizabeth Hausler, Ashok Gadgil, and DataDyne’s own Dr. Joel Selanikio.
DataDyne encourages anyone working on technological innovation for charitable or development purposes to apply to the award.