Health Maker Labs
Where your health
invention can emerge.
The Health Maker Lab is a network of maker labs and design spaces, also known as nodes, which are spread across the University of Illinois campus that agree on one goal: to improve the world’s health.
Carle Illinois College of Medicine students along with citizen scientists are encouraged to use the power of the Health Maker Lab’s equipment and experts to build their prototypes.
If you can dream it, we will help you make it.
All Maker Labs
Architecture Fabrication Studio
Use architecture and design tools to improve health.
Art and Design Labs
Unleash your creativity in unique design spaces.
Be a next generation innovator in biomedical technology.
CU Community Fab Lab
Collaborative, computer-driven innovation, design and fabrication
Design Group at Vet Med
Design your idea with next-level animation software.
Electronic Design Innovation Lab
Changing the world, one startup at a time
Grainger IDEA Lab
Explore the interface between design learning, informatics, visualization, and data analytics.
Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Collaborate with physicians and engineers.
Holonyak Micro and Nanotechnology Lab
Design, build and test nanoscale technologies.
Manufacture chemicals, materials and biologics.
Illinois Maker Lab
Design, manufacture and market physical objects.
Micro Nano Mechanical Systems Lab (MNMS) at MechSE
Nano and micro device fabrication
Molecule Maker Lab
Nanomanufacturing Node (nanoMFG)
Create smart, model-driven nanomanufactured structures and devices.
Product Design Lab
Design your prototype with passionate like-minded makers.
Rapid Prototyping and Innovation Lab
Prototype with state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies.
Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center
Tap into leading-edge researchers and their facilities.
Siebel Center for Design
Question. Discuss. Dream. Invent. Innovate. Collaborate.