MIT Project Manus

MIT Project Manus

MIT's effort to upgrade campus makerspaces and foster student maker communities. We are leading MIT’s efforts to: Upgrade legacy spaces/equipment • Introduce new technologies • Create new campus makerspaces • Foster student maker communities • Collaborate with peer universities, alumni, government & industry
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MakerLodge

A first-year maker training program run for and by students.

The Deep

An open-access makerspace optimizing hands-on trainings for all.

Mobius

A Project Manus developed app that allows you to locate maker resources on campus.

MakerBreak

A biannual celebration of making for the MIT community.

Announcements

THE DEEP Is Open!

The Deep, MIT’s newest open-access makerspace, is open! Come visit us in 37-072.

MakerLodge Managers
Winter 2019 Newsletter
Winter 2019 Newsletter
The Project Manus Winter 2019 Newsletter is now available.
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Project Manus hosts MIT Maker Break
Project Manus hosts MIT Maker Break
For an article on MIT Maker Break: http://news.mit.edu/2018/maker-break-celebration-of-making-at-mit-0504
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Our Mission

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Project Manus is MIT’s effort to upgrade campus 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 — see MIT Makersystem

• Foster maker communities — see MIT MakerLodge

• Collaborate with peer universities, alumni, government & industry — see HEMI and the Make Impact Consortium