The Tesla Science Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to promote the heritage of Nikola Tesla through raising awareness of his achievements and contribution in our daily lives, including his numerous patents and inventions. Through educational programs, workshops, and public events, we can unite all those who are interested in Tesla and his work.
The Tesla Science Foundation annually selects a few inventors who have demonstrated innovated technology concepts that exemplify Tesla’s lifelong commitment to Science, Industry, and the Environment. In addition, the Tesla Science Foundation gives awards each year for achievements in technology and/or writing, which are related to Tesla and/or his work. Its mission is to provide assistance to the patent process of new and innovative technologies as well as to include introduction of them to the market by forming an appropriate team of professionals of engineers, attorneys, and business/marketing specialists.
The Tesla Science Foundation was previously esablished as the “Tesla’s Team of Inventors” on July 10, 2004, whose primary objective was to promote the life and legacy of Nikola Tesla. This provided opportunities for other inventors to work and learn along side each other. Very quickly, we realized that many people had amble interest in Tesla and his legacy. This led us to form an intentor’s club, Nikola Tesla. Until now, we are still going strong with branches in different cities and countries. The Tesla Science Foundation became officially classified as a nonprofit organization, 501 (c)(3), on January 7, 2010, in celebration of Tesla’s birthday.
Today we connect more than 12,000 people who share our vision of Tesla and those who tell the world about him. We have witnessed great interest in opening branches of the Tesla Science Foundation within the United States, Russia, Turkey and the rest of the world. We assist and promote those who have no other way to demonstrate their achievements.
This competition has been held since 2009 and for the first two years it was open only for the students of our Tesla school. Due to the quality of the students’ work we made this competition open for all the students of elementary and secondary schools. The main idea is to celebrate the geniality of Nikola Tesla, to raise the awareness of the importance of electric energy, to encourage team work and creativity. The results are always published on June 2nd because on this day 1892 Nikola Tesla spoke to the students of the Belgrade High School. The competition award ceremony is held in the first decade of June.
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The Diaspora Day is a program established a year ago by reputable organizations from the Diaspora and Serbian academic community, and extended to Serbian communities in the region.
The Diaspora Day is attended by representatives of the motherland and the Diaspora, students and pupils form the Diaspora, the region and Serbia, organizations from the Diaspora, ambassadors, as well as highest-ranking representatives of universities in Serbia.
Join the Tesla Science Foundation as we invite you to our second annual tour of the Balkans. Our tour begins in Serbia’s capital Belgrade, with a private reception with our hosts, HRH Prince Alexander and HRH Princess Katherine. Our guests will enjoy an intimate evening at the Royal Palace of Serbia, with wine and light hors d’oeuvres. Guests will mix and mingle, enjoy a tour of the palace interior, and pose for professional group photos with royal couple. Afterward, enjoy the sights, wines and culinary delights of Serbia, and the ancient towns of the Adriatic coastline.
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