Invention Convention Globals 2021, Presented by Raytheon Technologies Winners
Aug 21, 2021
Educator Spotlight: Todd Stanley
Aug 20, 2021
ICW U.S. Nationals
Raytheon Technologies Invention Convention U.S. Nationals 2021 Winners
Jun 25, 2021
Educator Spotlight: Honey Kenney
Jun 3, 2021
The Henry Ford and Its Invention Convention Worldwide Partners Host First-Ever Globals Competition
Mar 25, 2021
The Henry Ford Welcomes Raytheon Technologies as Title Sponsor of 6th Annual Invention Convention U.S. Nationals
Mar 17, 2021
Inventors in the News
Invention Convention Young Inventors in the News
Belmont 7-year-old create prize-winning invention
Rebekah invented a solution she called the Mighty Suction Holders, which won second place for her age group in The Henry Ford’s Invention Convention Globals presented by Raytheon Technologies. She previously won first place in her grade category at Invention Convention US Nationals.
Teen inventor advances to global competition with help from Linda Hall Library
The “baby saver” invention won the market potential award - which was announced at the end of a virtual awards ceremony - at the national Invention Convention competition hosted by The Henry Ford
Ridgefield fifth-grader's invention qualifies for global competition
A Farmingville Elementary School student’s long-held love of sea turtles recently earned her a spot to compete on the global invention stage.
Bangor 8th grader wins award in national invention competition
An eighth grader from James F. Doughty School in Bangor was recognized for an invention she designed for a national competition.
Central Ohio students honored at National Invention Convention
Six central Ohio students honored during the Invention Convention U.S. Nationals.
Columbus Magnet School student to compete in Global Invention Convention
A fifth grade student at Columbus Magnet School is competing in the Global Invention Convention after winning big at nationals.
What’s Right With Schools: Connecticut Invention Convention allows students of all ages to hone STEM skills
The Connecticut Invention Convention started 38 years ago and in their nearly four decades they have set a leading example across the nation and even globally.
Arlington Heights Middle Schooler Honored For Invention
Lila Nanisetty gets Best Engineering award for a softball bat that changes color to indicate where it hit the ball.
Two Santa Cruz County student inventors honored
Two students from Santa Cruz County were honored recently for their ingenuity at the sixth annual Raytheon Technologies Invention Convention U.S. Nationals.
South Windsor Student Soars in Global Competition
A South Windsor sixth-grader beat out some stiff competition this year after she placed third in a global invention program that included students from China and Singapore.
Rising 2nd Grader From Belmont Recognized For New Invention Called Mighty Suction Holders
Rebekah Huang's invention won a prize at the Invention Convention U.S. Nationals; her little brother was the inspiration behind it.
Kansas City Teen Wins Award For 'Baby Saver' Invention
A local young inventor is poised for the global stage with her life-saving invention, for which she won this year's Kansas City Invention Convention.
Frisco teenager wins national inventor’s contest
14-year-old Lino Marrero is the kind of person who believes he will achieve big things. He’s a self-proclaimed “serial inventor” and his inventions have won awards.