Tag: Lonnie Johnson

Seven Veteran Inventors Named to National Inventors Hall of Fame

Excerpted from article by Eileen McDermott for  IP Watchdog Sept. 24, 2021 The 2022 class of inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF), announced earlier this week, includes the inventors of the foundational technology for messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA)-based vaccines, the Super Soaker, and Laserphaco cataract surgery. In all, 29 inductees will be honored at the […]

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National Inventors Hall of Fame Announces mRNA, VoIP and Super Soaker Innovators Among 2022 Class

JTEC Energy Founder and Chairman Dr. Lonnie Johnson named to the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Published on IP Watchdog, Sept. 21, 2021 Honorees’ Contributions to Society Are Centerpiece of May Event NORTH CANTON, Ohio — Sept. 21, 2021 — Seven innovation pioneers whose inventions range from cataract surgery to the modern automobile will be honored as part […]

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Rodney Sampson Joins JTEC Energy Advisory Board

ATLANTA (December 3, 2020) – JTEC Energy, Inc. announced that investor, entrepreneur and technology startup incubator Rodney Sampson has joined its Advisory Board. JTEC Energy was formed this year to productize and commercialize the JTEC device, a cleantech energy invention by Dr. Lonnie Johnson that converts waste heat into electricity more efficiently than any machine […]

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Lonnie Johnson’s JTEC Energy raises $1.5M seed round for innovative renewable energy source

Article by Erin Schilling for Atlanta Inno, Atlanta Business Chronicle Executives from prominent names in the energy sector are backing a newly formed Atlanta company led by inventor Lonnie Johnson, who says he’s found a way to harness untapped, renewable energy. Johnson, a former NASA engineer who invented the Super Soaker children’s toy and is […]

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