Our Hackspace teams dream, desire and build
From helping to reduce our reliance on single-use plastic, to giving amputees relief from painful prosthetics. Hackspace members take their prototypes and go on to big things thanks to the tools and support we provide.
VUI offers a novel, plug-and-play device that aims to make retinal imaging simple, affordable and accurate.
The Shellworks is a series of machines that turn seafood waste into a versatile, biodegradable bioplastic.
The Round the World Balloon Project team are planning to send a helium foil balloon around the world and track it using tiny electronic trackers that hang below the balloon.
The nanoDIPs project is a targeted drug delivery system which was entered into the annual BIOMOD competition.
Multus Media are creating a low-cost, serum-free growth medium suitable for the Clean Meat industry with the aim of reducing the negative impact of the livestock industry on land use, GHG emissions, antibiotic use and freshwater use.
Mitt Wearables have developed a revolutionary upper limb prosthesis that aims to address the limitations of artificial prosthetics.
Fresh Check provides food businesses and consumers with a cheap, rapid and simple method to identify and prevent bacterial and chemical contamination.
Evo Robotics are making lifelike robot arms and hands that can perform tasks that have previously challenged robotic solutions.
ComfortBreak's innovative wearable will catalyse millions of women into health tech entrepreneurship to uphold human rights and spur economic growth.
CanSat is a small can-size module which can be dropped from a drone and can complete several tasks including maintaining communications, measuring velocity and orientation, and determining atmospheric temperature and pressure.
A laser cut calibration jig to make the calibration process more consistent at Imperial's Safety Department.
BladeBUG is a robotic device designed to inspect, maintain and repair wind turbine blades.
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