Gaining access Badges is step one. Once you have a good working knowledge of the Makerspace Network we invite you to broaden your involvement with our exciting range of programs, projects and events.
Ranging from a weekend long hackathon to a year long project, we have various different projects for you to get involved in!
A hack is an event, usually occurring over a few days, that encourages people to collaborate in an intensive way to help solve a problem. Generally running bi-monthly, be sure to join our mailing list to keep to date with upcoming events. Presented by the MCIC.
From solar cars to space technology and social enterprises to humanitarian initiatives in developing economies; each of the ChallENG Projects come with their own unique set of opportunities and learning outcomes. Certain projects also qualify for course credit or industrial training!
We are working on a platform to facilitate University-wide making collaboration between students, researchers, academics, alumni and the wider community.
Be the first to test out the platform by signing up to our early release mailing list below