Students on FSAE at work in the Edgerton Center's Area 51 Shop
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Imagine if you and a group of students were tasked with designing, building, testing, and... Read more

Cranbrook Schools announces educational collaboration with the Edgerton Center

Cranbrook Schools announces new educational collaboration with the Edgerton Center in a... Read more

The IInfamous Wall of Iteration
Befriending the infamous Wall of Iteration in Engineering Design Workshop

This past July, twenty-one local high school students took part in the Edgerton Center’s 10th... Read more

Professional rider and founder of Mirai EV of Japan, Yosihiro Kishimoto aboard the electric bike.
Team led by MIT engineers places second at Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Motorcycle completes 12.5 miles, 156 turns for a second-place finish in the race's Electric Bike... Read more

Posing in their traditional dress after the DNA dance
Girls from the Bayan Garden School build skitter-bots, solve crimes, and race Lego cars

Malak Nomaan, a student at the Bayan Gardens School in Alkhobar, Saudi Arabia, never imagined... Read more

Students receive instruction from Fitzgerald and Pisini
Students from the Beverly School for the Deaf visit the Edgerton Center

Joyful voices echo down the halls of the fourth floor of MIT’s Building 4. Raicheal and Cori,... Read more

Arcturus Homecoming

After traveling over 3,000 kilometers across the Australian Outback last October in the 2015... Read more

Airware founder credits Edgerton Center skills

Jonathan Downey ’06 started building drones when he was a computer science and electrical... Read more

Duncan Wheeler photographs his team's constructed underwater world
From the Alumni Pool to the reefs of Belize, MIT students learn how to illuminate the deep

From the Alumni Pool to the reefs of Belize, MIT students learn how to illuminate the deep. I... Read more

Sparks of electricity illuminate the air between two tesla coils at MOS
Visiting artist Keith Ellenbogen brings high speed photography to the natural world

Walk down a portion of MIT’s infinite corridor, or through some lesser-known hallways, or even... Read more