Collectively all of these high-impact NAI inventors have produced more than 13,000 licensed technologies, helped to create more than 19.5 million jobs, and generated in excess of $2.2 trillion in revenues for their licensing partners.
Nearly 1,300 of the NAI Fellows were working in US research institutions at the time of their selection. Fourteen percent of them were based in California; Texas had 8.9 percent and Florida 8.3 percent. Canada has captured 20 of the 106 Fellow titles handed out to institutions outside the United States.
The National Academy of Inventors website presents a searchable list of every NAI Fellow as well as links to their bios and information on the selection process.