that led to great advancements.
Aiken had a profound effect on computer technology by pursuing an innovative concept
that shaped military communication.
Along with Hedy Lamarr, composer George Antheil developed a frequency hopping technique
from pharmaceuticals to biofuels.
Frances Arnold’s revolutionary methods are used in labs across the globe, in applications
of the visionaries behind the Nike brand.
As a track coach committed to improving athletic shoe design, William Bowerman became one
to military technology.
Boykin’s inspired work paved the way for a range of electrical innovations, from household appliances
of heating and ventilation.
Recipient of 39 U.S. patents and 80 foreign patents, David Crosthwait transformed the field
Richard DiMarchi’s innovative work has resulted in medication that’s used to treat millions of diabetes patients.
Through her groundbreaking work, “Queen of Carbon Science” Mildred Dresselhaus has received 31 honorary doctorates.
a significant impact on the future.
As part of the team that designed the first automatic digital calculator in the U.S., Durfee made
throughout the world.
Ashok Gadgil’s vision and dedication have resulted in safe drinking water for millions of people
greater speed and accuracy than ever before.
Hamilton’s dedicated work at IBM contributed to the invention of a calculator that delivered
across an array of fields.
Charles Hull’s groundbreaking 3D printing technology continues to spark incredible advancements
design at a manual training school.
Every path to NIHF Induction is unique. Clair Lake’s path began with studying automotive parts
Actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr worked alongside George Antheil to make a profound impact in the field of wireless communications.
From iPhones to artificial hearts, monumental advancements have been made in Willis Whitfield’s clean rooms.
offer invaluable expertise to motivate and inspire young minds.
At Camp Invention, Inductees like Steve Sasson, inventor of the digital camera,