A team from MIT has designed disposable face shields that can be mass produced quickly to address hospitals’ needs nationwide.
Labs across campus respond to a call; MIT sends thousands of items directly to area hospitals in need.
Professor Martin Culpepper provides caution on the use of 3D printing to make masks and other PPE for individuals on the front lines of the Covid-19 crisis.
Its former location, Building 44 on Vassar Street, will soon become the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Do-it-yourself bio and maker communities can help NASA meet needs of long-distance missions.
MIT residence hall opens a craft studio to promote creativity and belonging.
Community-driven selection of project architect opens opportunities to imagine new life for historic building as future home for School of Architecture and Planning.
Thanks to a National Science Foundation grant, TSL will collaborate with Maker Ed to improve school-based assessment practices in maker-centered education.
The 5,000-square-foot facility includes prototyping equipment, a makerspace, and multipurpose areas.