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 
  • Reach out/collaborate with peer universities, alumni, government and industry.

Today's maker highlight: Register for Making Makerspaces Course

MIT is hosting another Making Makerspaces course (Aug 8-10) that will be taught by MIT's Maker Czar Professor Martin Culpepper and professors from Yale, Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon, Olin, Stanford and Case Western.  Sign up today!

Making Makerspaces Course