Please help us save Invention & Technology, and relaunch it this year.
For the last several years, a dedicated group of volunteers has done its best to keep the magazine alive, bootstrapping the creation of InventionandTech.com with 30 years of articles online.
The nonprofit American Heritage Society is taking over Invention & Technology from the old publishing company and is working to relaunch the magazine and build a new website in partnership with the leading engineering societies (ACS, AIAA, ASABE, ASCE, ASME, and IEEE) to combine the Invention & Technology archives with aggregated information on the societies' landmarks and milestones.
This new website will be the only location for aggregated information on the history of engineering, with over 2,000 essays.
However, the current website uses an old, outdated and unsecure version of Drupal 6 and must be upgraded, redesigned, and made "mobile friendly." We also need an updated system to track subscribers.
Please consider giving a donation to help us save and relaunch the magazine.
There is no other popular magazine of the history of engineering and innovation. It is imperative for future generations that we keep this brilliant tradition alive and growing in the future.
We also plan to repurpose this content into educational materials for K-12 students. We hope to attract more students to STEM careers by creating the Innovation Gateway, a new website with 25 years of articles from Invention & Technology, information on over 1,0000 landmarks in the history of technology, and unique, interactive experiences for all audiences.
Your donation will help us create this important new website designed to get students and the public excited about the contributions that engineers have made to our society.