It was really encouraging to see such a great turn out at today’s Prosthetic Hand Assembly Pop-up. The attendees includes residents, staff, students and even certified prosthetists. With so many enthusiastic participants, we look forward to establishing an eNABLE Local Chapter here on campus soon!
“Inspiring New Technology Right at Our Fingertips” — Toni Grimes. The staff from the Orthopedics Surgery Department came to visit the Makers Lab yesterday. They were so inspired by what they had learned about 3D printing technology and DIY programmable electronics that they are planning to incorporate their ideas into their Staff Development Program.
Everyone who attended the Jewelry Pop-up on Aug. 30th had a great time! Although none of the attendees had any previous jewelry making experience, they went home with earrings of their own design and colorful 3D printed bracelets. Come to the Makers Lab! You too can create jewelry for yourself and your friends.
“This platform will be used for a temperature adaptation assay. We will observe how C. Elegans change their temperature preference when exposed to extracellular vesicles” – Kirby. Kirby Leo, summer volunteer in Dr. Noelle L’Etoile’s research lab in the Dept. of Cell & Tissue Biology, 3D printed a Thermotaxis Platform she had designed using Blender.
To all you Makers out there. We had our final planning meeting before we open the UCSF Library Makers Lab at 2 PM on April 4, 2016. We are nervous about all we do not know, and excited about all we will learn with you as we work with you in the “lab”. So bring your […]