|A listing of Web sites dedicated to
providing a showcase for inventors and their inventive accomplishments. Examine their innovations, and investigate the many
interesting facts about their lives.
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture.
The premium Internet multimedia encyclopedia. With articles, atlas, links, and more from
Inventors: A to Z
By Mary Bellis - your About.com Guide to Inventors. COOKIES and POP-UP
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has a proud
history of honoring the leading engineers of the time. We are pleased to
provide biographies of 225 of those recipients, who have been honored.
|Invention Dimension -
Inventor of the Week
Celebrates inventor/innovator role models through outreach activities and annual
awards to inspire a new generation of American scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs.
A site jam packed with information about inventing and how to become an inventor.
Special sections for children and adults.Compiled by an inventor, programmer, writer and
journalist, Ronald J. Riley.
The Great Idea Finder
View their accomplishments, study their scientific observations,
examine their innovations, and investigate the many interesting facts about their lifes.
Some may have made this a better place. They all made a difference.
|Inventor's at Greenfield Village
Historical information on Edison, Carver, Ford, Wright Brothers, Burbank and many more.
Visit their homes and their work place, see for yourself what life was like then. Photo's,
bios, stories and more.
|The National Inventors
Hall of Fame
The National Inventors Hall of Fame, is a not-for-profit organization that aims to
recognize inventors everywhere, to promote creativity and to advance the spirit of
in Technology International Hall of Fame
The WITI Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by WITI
to recognize, honor, and promote the outstanding contribution women make to the scientific
and technological communities that improve and evolve our society.