Project Manus - MIT's effort to upgrade our makerspaces and foster maker communities.  MIT has long been a leading example of how to integrate 'making' on campus.  Maintaining this leadership requires adaptation of new technology, tools, training and means of improving access for students.  Project Manus is leading MIT's efforts to: 

  • Upgrade legacy spaces/equipment
  • Introduce new technologies
  • Create new campus makerspaces, and
  • Foster maker communities 
  • Collaborate with peer universities, alumni, government & industry.


Today's maker highlight:

Makerspace Technology: Selection, Use and Installation of Softare, Tools and Technologies for Academic Makerspaces

March 27-31, 2017

Makerspace Technology Course - March 27-31, 2017

Get hands-on experience with the following maker technologies: drill presses, band saws, measurement tools, FDM 3D printers, laser cutting/engraving, thermoforming, soldering, CNC machining, circuit board milling, vinyl cutting, and sewing machines.