Alumna’s mini-lab kits include all needed tools and products for anyone to start manufacturing microbes.
making and the maker movement
compliment of a National Science Foundation grant, TSL will collaborate with Maker Ed to boost school-based assessment techniques in maker-centered training.
Providing training and sources, MakerHealth helps nurses and medical practioners hack health gear to boost patient attention.
Undergraduate Olorunsola “Jerry” Akinsulire spearheads an innovative new builder area when you look at the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering.
The 5,000-square-foot center includes prototyping equipment, a makerspace, and multipurpose places.