Night in Review: The 2015 Smithsonian American Ingenuity Awards

See highlights from Smithsonian magazine's annual celebration of ingenuity (4:11)

Read more about awards here.

2015 Winners:

Performing Arts: Fred Armisen and Bill Hader

History: Lin-Manuel Miranda

Physical Sciences: Alan Stern

Visual Arts: Zoe Crosher and Shamim Momin

Natural Sciences: Doo Yeon Kim and Rudolph Tanzi

Education: Françoise Mouly

Social Progress: Theaster Gates

Technology: Rana el Kaliouby

Youth: Lilianna Zyszkowski

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