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ETHICAL STANDARDS

The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors™ is the only nationally recognized HALL OF FAME FOR STUDENT INVENTORS, established in 1993 and given permission by the adult National Inventors Hall of Fame Board in Washington, D.C. to archive and
enshrine great student inventions and inventors K-12.


Ethical Standards for Invention Practices

Note: Parents, these important ethical considerations have been written to safeguard your children
from idea predators.
They are also vital in all other competitions and youth honors.


IN THE NEWS...
Chandler Macocha 2004

Congratulations to Chandler Macocha, 2004 Inductee into the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors

His recent acting work is being shown nationwide in theaters!

Read more about this here:
Chandler Macocha




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THANK YOU!
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RED APPLE AWARD RECIPIENT
Red Apple Award

Congratulations to Don Jacobs, owner / innovator of Skycasters, Inc.

He has received the Red Apple Award for his outstanding dedication and service to education.

Visit his web site here:
Skycasters, Inc.



21st ANNUAL INDUCTION
NATIONAL GALLERY FOR AMERICA'S YOUNG INVENTORS!

Tommy Award

Congratulations to the Inductees of 2016!

We are proud to honor the best and brightest of
K-12 innovators with the Edison Innovation Award!

Learn more about the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors here!

Thank you to the Thomas Edison Innovation Foundation
and many others for their generous support.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE DISTINGUISHED 2016 INDUCTEES!

Gary Leschinsky
Grade 3 - Mahwah, NJ
A-Watch for Allergies, A Novel System for Early Detection, Notification, and Management of a Possible Allergic Reaction

Sydney Marier
Grade 11 - Ridgecrest, CA

Phosphorene-Based Nanodevices for Ultrafast Energy Harvesting and Next Generation Electronics
Sally Nijim
College Freshman - Villa Park, IL
A Novel MerTK Nuclear Pathway Utilized as a Target in the Reduction of Cancerous Tumor Growth and the Circumvention of Traditional Inhibotor Resistance
Pranshu Suri
Grade 11 - Bryn Mawr, PA
Braille Alphabet Learning Assistant
Max Ylitalo
College Freshman - Stillwater, MN
Energy Production from Waste Reduction
Kimberly Te
College Freshman - Manhasset, NY
Natural Cost-Effective ANodes for Optimized Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells: Engineering a Novel Approach to Harvesting Energy and Cleaning Up Oil-Polluted Regions

PARTNERING WITH PROJECT PARADIGM
Project Paradigm

EXCITING NEWS!

Student Ideas for a Better America™ - Largest Invention Competition in the USA! Students PreK-College invited to join in!

Awards sponsored by Skycasters, Inc...
Encouraging America's students to become innovators!

Skycasters

STUDENT IDEAS FOR A BETTER AMERICA™ is the Nation's Largest Invention Competition for America's Students PreK through College!

NO DUE DATE... RUNS ALL YEAR!

INNOVATION KNOWS NO TIME...


Student Ideas for a Better America! The Largest Invention Competition for kids in the United States! Students PreK-College invited to join us! CALLING ALL CREATIVE STUDENTS: PreK through Grade 12 and College!
Compete for monthly prizes!

Student Ideas for a Better America! The Largest Invention Competition for kids in the United States! Students PreK-College invited to join us! CORPORATIONS, COLLEGES & ORGANIZATIONS:
PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS through your support of the largest innovation competition in the USA!

Student Ideas for a Better America! The Largest Invention Competition for kids in the United States! Students PreK-College invited to join us!

WIN A TRIP FOR UP TO SIX IN CANCUN!
More detail here!

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Got a great idea or a better way to do something?
YOU could be the next
Thomas Edison!

* Winning entries are NATIONAL WINNERS! *
What a RESUME-BUILDER!
What an opportunity for
SCHOLARSHIPS or the SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE!
You are also then eligible to apply for induction
into the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors.

 

SHEARER PERFECTION STUDENT CONTEST

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THANK YOU, SHEARER'S!

Shearer’s Foods, Inc. and The National Museum of Education
have completed this contest and it is no longer running.
Thank you for the privilege of serving you.

Looking for another competition? Try Student Ideas for a Better America!



FREE FOR TEACHERS!
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ATTENTION TEACHERS!

Free invention posters and postcards for your classroom and students (+S&H). Many other free invention resources available for download, too! Online activities for your students through our "Inventucation Central" will complete your innovation unit!
CLICK HERE for details!

INVENTUCATION CENTRAL™

Inventucation Central

Teachers, Students, Homeschool Families, Parents
and all creative and innovative problem solvers:
We invite you into our new headquarters
for student invention and education!
Click Here!


MEDIA EXPOSURE...
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Ryan Patterson is a 2002 inductee to the National Gallery. Photo by Gregg Segal. From the April 12, 2004 issue of People magazine.
IN THE NEWS
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CLICK HERE to download newest profile article on Nick Frankovits from the Hudson Hub Times.
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