MIT-Inspired Fabrication Lab
The Fab Lab is a platform for innovation and invention, connecting to a global community of fabricators, artists, scientists, engineers, educators, students, amateurs, and professionals of all ages located in more than 78 countries in approximately 1,000 facilities. Because all MIT-inspired Fab Labs share common tools and processes, the program is building a global network, a distributed laboratory for research and invention. Through this network, students will become members of an international science and technological innovation community, engaging in collaboration beyond the confines of Atlanta and building long-term relationships with current professionals and future colleagues worldwide. The Weber School is particularly excited about the opportunity for The Daniel Zalik Academy students to work with leading scientists, designers, and engineers through the Fab Lab network in Israel.