A Home for Innovation

Rutgers Innovation Education class taking place

Need a place that fosters innovation and invention? The Rutgers Makerspace, located at the Center for Innovation Education on the Rutgers Livingston Campus, provides students, educators, and entrepreneurs with a hands-on learning environment that is part classroom, part workshop, and part think tank. Also known as ‘hackerspaces’, ‘fab labs’, and ‘makelabs’, makerspaces are creative laboratories where members with common interests such as engineering, computer programming, inventing, graphic design, and others gather to share resources and knowledge, network, and build innovative creations.

The Rutgers Makerspace seeks to establish strong academic ties with New Jersey’s K-12 and  higher education communities and to provide technical guidance and consultation to K-12 libraries, museums, and other public entities desiring to create new spaces. For further information visit the Rutgers Makerspace website or contact Stephen Carter, Co-Director, at scarter@rutgers.edu.

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