After six weeks of hard work, our students presented their creations at the final pitch event. Congratulations to all of our talented Hk Maker Lab engineers!
As the last week of the program looms, E-Z-Extract are working hard to complete their prototype for a retained placenta extraction device.
Beatrice Mhando and her team Sterilight got their lighting system working for their UV-based needle sterilization project!
One of our project groups, SEAL, working with Dr. Kyle to refine their prototype for a device to prevent the inhalation of air pollution.
Our students are hard at work brainstorming ideas for their engineering design projects!
In the final instrumentation lab, our students used Arduinos to measure and record the electrical activation of their muscles.
Today, our Hk Maker Lab students used electret microphones and amplifying circuitry to observe their own heart sounds on the oscilloscopes.
Our students are hard at work using the fabrication tools in the Columbia Biomedical Engineering Lab to create devices that can accurately measure a person’s rate of breathing.
Today is the first day of Hk Maker Lab 2017! We can’t wait to see what fantastic designs these students come up with over the next six weeks.