At this time, the UCSF Library Makers Lab remains closed until further notice due to COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders. Makers Lab staff are working hard to provide remote support and to
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This week’s maker is Valerie Stevens, a Study Coordinator at the Proctor Foundation. We caught up with Valerie to learn more about the project she has been working on in
This is a guest post by Dr. Alexis Dang, Orthopaedic Surgeon at the UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Background Protection of healthcare workers is the cornerstone of our community’s battle
Masks and face coverings are now required in the City and County of San Francisco when shopping, taking transit, or getting healthcare. This recent mandate expands upon prior CDC recommendations
For general information, please visit the UCSF 3D Shield Project main page. This repository contains the complete list of all versions of the UCSF 3D Shield and their updates, as
This webpage provides information about the UCSF face shield project. The most current face shield model is provided below, as well as a background, production workflow, and more resources. The
Looking for the Poll Everywhere article? Link: Poll Everywhere is now available As part of UCSF efforts to limit the potential of COVID-19 spreading within our local community, the UCSF
This week’s maker is Angelo Pelonero, Bioinformatician at The Gladstone Institutes. We caught up with Angelo after the new year to check out one of the projects he has been
Many of the resources that we use in the Makers Lab to make, discover, and teach come from free, open source software and repositories. In continuing with the spirit of
This week’s maker is Professor of Clinical Anesthesia in the UCSF Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care, Dr. Manuel “Manny” Pardo, Jr. We caught up with Manny to take a
On September 26th, the 3rd Annual Makers Lab Art Show was held in the Makers Lab. This special event showcased art made by staff, students and researchers within the UCSF
If you have kept up with us in the past year, you may have seen silicone suturing pads, partial-task trainers, and the plethora of other innovative applications for health science
This week’s maker is Clinical Professor of Laboratory Medicine in the UCSF School of Medicine, Rick “Channing” Rodgers. We caught up with Rick during one of his 3D printing reservations to take a closer look at some of the mathematical art prints he’s been making.
Q: What did you make?
I made three initial experimental prints: Borromean hairpins, a trefoil knot designed by a friend and colleague, and a three-way Trammel of Archimedes.
It has been a busy summer for the Makers Lab! From launching our crowdfunding campaign to supporting the development of the upcoming Introduction to 3D Printing for Health Science Students
Here at the Makers Lab, we’re always excited to see how we can apply 3D printing and related technologies to the various health science projects coming into the space. Last November,
By Thienthy Nguyen, Jenny Tai, Dylan Romero, and Dr. Alexis Dang 3D printing has been rapidly gaining traction outside of industrial use, consequently becoming more accessible for the common consumer.