Health Maker Lab
Will the next breakthrough in health innovation be yours?
We hope so.
We’re awarding $10,000 in resources and full access to the Health Maker Lab network to the best ideas in health innovation. Anyone can submit their idea. We’ll choose a handful with potential to be turned into real prototypes.
The Health Maker Lab at Illinois is a maker lab network where the only limit to harnessing technology to improve human health is your imagination. Students and citizen scientists alike can collaborate, ideate and create unique solutions to global health challenges by prototyping anything at any scale—from molecules to cells to tissues to systems.
Architecture Fabrication Studio
Art and Design Labs
CU Community Fab Lab
Design Group at Vet Med
Electronic Design Innovation Lab
Grainger IDEA Lab
Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Illinois Maker Lab
Micro and Nanotechnology Lab
Molecule Maker Lab
Nano Manufacturing Node (nanoMFG)
Product Design Lab
Rapid Prototyping and Innovation Lab
Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center
Siebel Center for Design
Bring your idea to life.
You don't need to know how to split a proton.
(We know someone who does!)
From the greatest university in the world come a team of brilliant minds, artists, and engineers who are excited to help make your idea a reality.
RASHID BASHIR, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Engineering
MOLLY GOLDSTEIN, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering; Product Design Lab Director
MARTY BURKE, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry, Associate Dean for Research
NEAL COHEN, Ph.D.
Director, the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute