Do you have an idea for a new technology or invention that will benefit humankind?

Imagine floating sea cities that run on solar power or robo-skeletons for disabled people. Or wouldn’t it be cool if we had cars powered by litter, touchscreen wallpaper, or computerized contact lenses? Share your invention in a contest that pays tribute to the life-altering inventions of Nikola Tesla and Dr. Arogyaswami Paulraj, our 2022 Gala Honoree: My Invention for Humanity Video Challenge.

Submit a video of 60 seconds or less describing your idea for an invention that benefits humanity. Videos of the most innovative and humanitarian inventions will be broadcast globally on December 1 at our 4th Annual Virtual Gala, and showcased to the world on TSCW’s YouTube channel! Chosen videos also receive a free ticket to attend the TSCW 4th Annual Virtual Global Gala.  We can’t wait to see your ideas for an innovation of the future that helps people around the world!


Register for the My Invention for Humanity Video Challenge

in either the Youth (under age 18) or Adult category.

YOUTH Registration
ADULT Registration

Once you register, you’ll receive an email with a link to upload your video (deadline to upload is Nov. 25 at midnight ET).

Questions? Contact us at or 631-886-2632


Videos of the most innovative and inspiring inventions will be aired globally

at the TSCW 4th Annual Global Gala!

TSCW 4th Annual Virtual Global Gala

Thursday, December 1, 2022
7:30-9:30 pm ET • 4:30-6:30 pm PT

Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW) is a New York State 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to develop the site of Nikola Tesla’s last remaining laboratory into a transformative global science center that embraces his bold spirit of invention, provides innovative learning experiences, fosters the advancement of new technologies,
and preserves his legacy in the Tesla Museum.

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