A self-propelling cocktail boat made in the Edgerton Student Shop
Made in the Edgerton Student Shop: Cocktail Boats

Lisa Burton SM ’09, PhD ‘13 and Nadia Cheng SM ’09, PhD ‘13 together with Professor of... Read more

Fundamentals of Electronics at I2 Camp
Edgerton Center's K-12 model of hands-on education spreads

With the aim of increasing the number of students and teachers inspired by the Edgerton Center... Read more

Daniel Sheen receives guidance from alumni volunteer Mike Allen
Alumni continue 'Doc' Edgerton's mission

Saturday workshops at the Edgerton Center inspire alumni to create their own favorite memories... Read more

Students pay close attention to Edgerton Center Instructor Ed Moriarty
Chinese students set sights on an MIT future

Middle and high school students from Beijing participate in hands-on engineering at the Edgerton... Read more

Adam Madlinger '07, SM '08 aboard his steam train, fabricated partly in the Edgerton Student Shop
Machine shop builds lifelong skills

In its 15th year, the Edgerton Student Shop continues to entice students to build all manner of... Read more

Harold “Doc” Edgerton holds a Polariod camera while photographed from inside the MIT pool.
Remembering ‘Papa Flash’

MIT Professor Harold Edgerton’s high-speed photography and sonar devices revolutionized ocean... Read more

zz in the room was infectious at the 'Telling Your Story Workshop'
Inspiring the next generation

What do you want to be when you grow up? Telling Your Story workshop connects scientist and... Read more

In the summer of 2012, the MRT traveled to Ketchikan, Alaska to test their underwater glider
Aiming deep with the Marine Robotics Team

Jacqueline Sly ’14 and Tommy Moriarty ’14 discuss their experiences and lessons learned leading... Read more

Students adjust mirrors to guide the laser beam through the maze and out the other side
Understanding Light

Understanding Light: Cambridge sixth-graders attend workshops at the Edgerton Center and the... Read more

Professor Kim Vandiver talks with students at the 2010 Engineering Design Workshop funded, in part, by NASA
The Edgerton Center turns 20

Professor J. Kim Vandiver on the history and future of the Edgerton Center.