The Tyndall Makerspace
The Tyndall Makerspace is a place where you can exercise your creativity, learn the basics of tinkering, 3D printing, arduino/raspberry pi coding and many other things, but as well, have lots of fun.
It is a broad scope laboratory - workshop where you can also find easy and quick solutions to everyday's problems you encounter during your research, like creating fixtures, props, supports and prototyping boards. For those involved in outreach activities it's the ultimate place to design their demos that will be brought into schools to show the attractiveness of your work.
Anyone in Tyndall can get access by signing up to the monthly training for health and safety.
The Makerspace is located in the second floor of Block A in room A.1.2.06.