December 16, 2011
- The annual "How To Make (almost) Anything" open house:
will be Monday December 19 from 4:30-6:00 on the fifth floor of MIT's building E14:
Here's one of the weekly assignments from the class:
- We're pleased to welcome Quantum Recognition:
as a Principal sponsor, with a focus on label-free molecular detection.
- A new CBA publication introduces a more efficient approach to producing hydrogen fuel from sunlight and water:
- CBA patents have issued for asynchronous logic automata:
and cryptography with a one-way multidimensional function:
- Prof. Gershenfeld spoke about the future of computing for IBM's 100th anniversary:
and the future of manufacturing at the House of Commons:
- CBA is leading a team that will set up a fab lab at the World Economic Forum in Davos January 25-29, 2012:
This unique installation in the Congress Center will provide a hands-on introduction to digital fabrication for the business, political, and non-profit leaders participating.
- Sherry Lassiter spoke about fab labs and youth engagement at a conference on Russian innovation organized by the New Eurasia Foundation in Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan:
- The Fab Academy Spring classes for the fab lab network start January 18:
with an introductory distributed Boot Camp session starting January 9.
- FAB8, the Eighth International Fab Lab Forum and Symposium on Digital Fabrication, will be held in Wellington, New Zealand, the last week of August 2012.
- Happy Holidays from all of us at CBA, and best wishes for the new year.
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