• Let the engineering begin: Team Lite, Team Flounder, and Team XGPS

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  • The Edgerton Center offers a wide range of subjects for MIT students

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  • SEVT's three-wheeled Valkyrie with an aluminum-carbon-fiber composite chassis

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  • D-Lab provides students with the opportunity to make a real impact on people living in poverty

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  • A water drop collision by Hounsell, Mislick, Gunning, and Moriarty

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  • Students in our K-12 programs learn how to solder electrical circuits

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  • Arolyn Conwill at work in the Edgerton Student Shop

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About the Edgerton Center

Build prototypes, learn new skills, explore madcap ideas, and get advice and encouragement — the Edgerton Center is the place where mind and hand come together.

Professor J. Kim Vandiver uses 3-D printing to help in explosives disposal in Cambodia. Vandiver... Read more

The Solar Electric Vehicle Team is at work on the 13th iteration of their solar car, Arcturus,... Read more

Student team SPOKES is in the news: Students from Harvard and MIT are cycling across America, stopping in many rural towns to get kids interested in science through hands-on workshops to program computers, launch model rockets and build robots. The students hope to inspire the next generation of scientists Read more on New York Times and follow their journey on Tumblr