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Challenging future generations.

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Each year, the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) welcomes a new class of the world’s foremost inventors. America is built on the creativity of these men and women whose work has changed the course of history. On May 11-13, we will gather in the nation’s Capital to tell the stories of our greatest role models, pay homage to their lives, and inspire the future of innovation.

Throughout the course of the next year, we will inspire innovation in America through these Inductees’ stories. Over one million children, collegiate inventors, teachers, and passionate inventors will participate alongside the NIHF and our partners. We hope you will join us.

Why Sponsor

Each year, the NIHF honors new Inductees with events including the annual Induction Ceremony. This reverent affair not only hails the outstanding achievements of U.S. patent holders but also brings those men and women together with fellow innovators, corporate leaders, and leaders in Innovation.

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Smithsonian

Held at:


The Smithsonian American Art Museum
and National Portrait Gallery

The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Presenting Sponsor

United States Patent and Trademark Office

As the federal agency for granting U.S. patents and registering trademarks, the USPTO fulfills a Constitutional mandate to promote the progress of science and the useful arts by securing for limited times to inventors the exclusive right to their respective discoveries.

2015 Visionary Sponsor - $20,000 - $39,999
Accenture
 
Syngenta
2015 Honor Sponsor - $10,000 - $19,999
Cisco
 
Cube Hydro Partners, LLC
 
FITCH EVEN
 
GE WSGR
2015 Inspire Sponsor - $5,000 - $9,999
The Amos E. Joel Young Inventors Endowment
 
Bridgestone
 
Soraa Laser
 
Soraa Soraa Laser
2015 Challenge Sponsor - $2,5000 - $4,999
AES Corporation
 
AIPLA
 
Boston Scientific
 
Jean Bailey
 
Corning
 
Finnegan
 
Greenblum & Bernstein
 
Howard University James Pooley
 
 
 
NAI Peter Harter/The Farrington Group
 
Ruth and Don Keck
 
Fogarty
2015 Individual / Organization Sponsor - $2,499 and below
C. Donald Bateman
Hattie Carwell
Lloyd Conover
Edward E. Cornwell, III, M.D.
Raj S. Davé
Robin Dibner
Charles Dzuba
Donald Halbert, Ph.D.
Joichi Ito
James Kraus
William L. LaFuze
James Malackowski
Richard Maulsby
Micron Technology, Inc.
Minerals Technologies Inc.
Benjamin Ovshinsky
Dale Ovshinsky
Charles Edison Smith
Washington University in St. Louis
Eric Wingard
Jon Wood
Tom Wolf
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Logo Requirements
Please submit your logo and specific identity guidelines, if any, to sponsor@invent.org by April 10:
File format: Vector art [Freehand 8 or higher; Illustrator 7 or higher EPS file] or TIFF files only in black & white [no greyscale or halftones please]

Induction Program Ad Placement Requirements
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Use the Ad Placement PDF for sizing and file setup.


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Invent Now, Inc.
Attn: Vondea Sheaffer
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