Each semester, Be a Maker (BeAM) hosts a showcase of the innovations made possible by technologies and tools at Carolina’s makerspace network. Take a walk through last semester’s MakerFest in this photostory.
The objective of UNC students and makers Lindsey Pegram and Lilia Su during a three-day expedition at sea was to investigate how they could operate makerspace equipment and assist researchers aboard the vessel, especially in an uncontrolled and unpredictable environment.
As Carolina ramps up the number of undergraduates participating in research, URSkilled at Carolina develops undergraduate students’ research skills and prepares them to be effective researchers with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Cy Pair is always looking for an opportunity to design, build and create. The physics major calls his minor in applied sciences and engineering (APSE) “among the most important and valuable educational experiences for me at Carolina.”
Since graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill with a biomedical engineering degree in 2022, Brian Delany has continued to apply his entrepreneurial mindset and making skills in his new role as manufacturing and innovation engineer at Procter & Gamble (P&G)