A group of high school students from the Leading Trends Innovation Program of Tsinghua - Berkeley Shenzhen Institute visited Invention Lab.
Our senior lab manager Chris Myers gave a thorough tour of all kinds of prototyping techniques you can do in Invention Lab.
Superuser Dorotea Macri shared her experiences in Invention Lab.
More than 30 students, start up members and faculties visited Invention Lab and had a discussion about 3D printing technology.
The Invention Lab was the place to be during the Fall 2018 Semester. Many projects, events, workshops, student groups, startups, and research took place in the CITRIS Invention Lab. The Invention Lab served over 300 student during Fall 2018 not including outreach events.
Daily Cal features Lioness, "smart" vibrator founders including CEO Liz Klinger who prototyped and developed her first versions of this product in the CITRIS Invention Lab.
Never too early to start your Halloween costume planning and this year (as always) the CITRIS Invention Lab is there to help out. We are stocking the lab with material and supplies to make your costume come to life (or be undead…your choice). Oct 29/30/31 The CITRIS Invention Lab will be open to help you. See you soon!
NOTE: This event is open to all students and staff (even non-maker pass holders) Oct 29–31 9-5pm in the CITRIS Invention Lab.
There will also be a Costume Contest on 31 Oct in Jacobs Hall.
Minister of Planning and Investment Vietnam and his delegates visited Invention Lab this morning. And everyone gets a souvenir!
Across 26 years of dedicated service, Dr. Wright influenced new fields of study, launched and led influential programs, and guided more than 100 students who have gone on to become pioneers in their own right. On Thursday, February 15, 2018, we celebrated the retirement and remarkable career of Dr. Paul K. Wright, the A. Martin Berlin Chair in Mechanical Engineering, Director of the Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute (BECI), and the founder of CITRIS Invention Lab.
The Invention Lab is thrilled to host the Jacobs Institute Innovation Catalysts kickoff where the inaugural grant recipients met Jacobs and Invention Lab staffs and learned the detail of the program.
The Jacobs Institute Innovation Catalysts, made possible by the Eustace-Kwan Family Foundation, is a new grant program that provides an avenue for Berkeley’s student innovators to unlock new potential in their projects. After a selection process led by the Jacobs Institute’s Student Advisory Board, we are pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of grant recipients, who will receive funding, mentorship, and resources at Jacobs Hall and the CITRIS Invention Lab as they build on their project ideas over the spring semester. The cohort encompasses a broad swath of student design innovation, with 16 majors or degree programs represented and a mix of projects that have emerged from courses, individual experimentation, and more.