Cooley Presents Patent Awards to Students Participating in Invention Convention

Cooley sponsors young inventor competition

Reston – June 8, 2022 – Cooley has awarded two teams of student inventors with Patent Application Awards as part of Raytheon Technologies’ Invention Convention US Nationals. The awards, which are each valued at up to $25,000, provide winners with a free patent application, as well as intellectual property legal counsel and expertise. Cooley lawyer Jeremy Binstock led this effort and presented the awards during a ceremony at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.

“We are thrilled to once again welcome these wonderful students and their game-changing ideas through our doors after two years of virtual celebrations,” Patricia Mooradian, president and CEO of The Henry Ford organization, said in a news release. “It’s so important to give these young inventors a place where they can showcase their inventions and gain inspiration not just from their surroundings, but through each other.”

Invention Convention Worldwide is a global K-12 invention education curricular program mapped to national and state educational standards that teaches students problem-identification, problem-solving, entrepreneurship, and creativity skills. More than 147,000 K-12 inventors from across the US participate in Invention Convention Worldwide programs each year, with hopes of advancing to the US national competition.

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Jeremy Binstock  Associate Reston