Coming Soon – Make:Projects, A New Collaborative Platform

Exciting New Partnership for Make: Community & Engineering.com. Make: Community, producer of Make: Magazine and Maker Faire has been a catalyst for the global maker movement, which is transforming the ways we learn, earn, and live in the 21st Century.  Our mission is to share the know-how of makers and showcase their projects online, in […]

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Join Us Today For A Live Tour Of The Makerspace At Rice University

Today at 4:30 pm CST, we will be joining the crew at Rice University to take a live tour of their makerspace! Simply go to our facebook page, youtube channel, or bring up this blog post to join in the fun! Since it is a live stream, you’ll be able to chime in and ask […]

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CADUS: A Crisis Response Makerspace In Berlin

Trying to make the world a better place – not an unusual goal for a humanitarian aid organization. However, at CADUS we take the „making“ literally: in our Crisis Response Makerspace in Berlin, we innovate and build solutions for challenges in international emergency response. Projects range from soldering kits for open source patient monitoring to […]

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Share Your Project At The Next Open Source Hardware Summit

The Open Source Hardware Summit (OHS) is inviting talk/demo proposals for the tenth annual summit! To be held on Friday, March 13,2020 at the NYU School of Law. The Open Source Hardware Summit is for presenting, discussing, and learning about open hardware of all kinds. The summit examines open hardware applications, practices, and theory, ranging […]

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Adafruit Launches Buy One, Give One With Black Girls Code

You want an Adafruit Circuit Playground Express, at least you should, they’re pretty awesome. So why not take this opportunity to buy one and help Adafruit give one to Black Girls Code at the same time. For a limited time, when you go to this page and buy a Circuit playground express for the normal […]

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Makerspaces Take Root at California Community Colleges

If you want evidence that the Maker Movement is creating positive change in education, if you want to see the benefit of makerspaces serving a diverse group of young people who truly value these learning experiences, if you want to see the power of students, faculty and community groups coming together to create and cooperate, […]

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