Have you ever wanted to invent or create something? Making stuff is cool. I love seeing the interesting things that people dream up and construct themselves. They don’t have to be big or grand to be inspiring – just innovative, creative, or plain old neat!
Here’s something I came across recently that combines a cool accomplishment with a sense of sweet nostalgia – modern 3-D...
In June of 2012, Italian engineer Massimo Banzi gave a
Are you a high school artist, designer, maker or engineer? The Museum of Science and Industry is looking for you to participate in its first-ever Fab Lab Summer Challenge!
The Wanger Family Fab Lab at MSI is a place where youth of all experience levels can take a...
In Washington D.C., at the Folger Shakespeare Library, there is a book bearing a faded and obscured handwritten name that scholars have struggled to decipher: the signature of a (if not the) “Wm Shakespeare.” As part of the Lazarus Project, a group from the University of Mississippi recently spent their spring break using modern imaging techniques to
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