Join us for 30 Days + 30 projects July 7th to August 16th, 2013 Six weeks of awesome projects (both low- and high-tech) and epic field trips (Pixar, NASA, America’s Cup Oracle Team, and more!) You can follow along from anywhere in the universe. Just follow MAKE on Google+ to join in for free: https://plus.google.com/+MAKE […]
We’re proud to share the news that PG&E named Aaron Vanderwerff of Lighthouse Community Charter School, which has been running a Young Makers club since late 2010 the Bright Ideas Inspirational Teacher of the Year this week. Oakland Robotics Teacher Named PG&E’s Bright Ideas Inspirational Teacher of the Year The video includes footage of some […]
Kit contents 1 Solderless breadboard 6 alligator clips 1 motor 12 breadboard leads 1 4.5V AAA battery pack w/ switch 3 AAA batteries 3 100 Ohm resistors 2 100 K Ohm resistors 1 100 K Ohm potentiometer 2 momentary micro switches 2 three position switches 1 555 timer chip 1 10 micro Farad capacitor 1 […]
Miranda Morgan describes a mix-and-match brainstorming workshop for getting the creative juices flowing.
Bridget Rigby reviews Open Make @ The Tech: Flight! on Saturday, February 16, 2013.
Calling all 18- to 24-year-old Makers! You have just one more day to apply for a paid summer internship as a Maker Corps Member. Apply here by midnight on Friday, March 8th. It’s just one simple application and for the video, you can shoot a short one with any smart phone and upload it. Maker […]
The first-ever Young Makers meeting at The Bay School enjoyed a strong turnout and a variety of activities related to the theme of ideation and sketching.
Lauren Frieband reviews The Lawrence Hall of Science’s first Open Make @ the Hall on January 19, 2013.
Willow Glen Makers is an amazing new club that Lendy Dunaway has started in the Willow Glen neighborhood of San Jose. We’re thrilled to welcome them to the community.
Grant attended World Maker Faire New York in 2011 and was inspired to create his own project for 2012.