The Fab Foundation has been working since 2009 bringing digital fabrication tools and processes to people of all ages, teaching the skills and knowledge of digital fabrication, developing global distributed programs on digital fabrication, synthetic biology, interactive textiles and more to come. Check out the different programs and educational services that the Foundation offers!
We run a global distributed academy for everyone who wants to learn how to make (almost) anything.
Academany is the first global distributed campus for learning how to make, and grow, almost anything. Learn more about our courses:
We offer advanced technical education through the Fab Academy which provides instruction and supervises investigation of mechanisms, applications, and implications of digital fabrication. The Fab Academy is a worldwide, distributed campus utilizing fab labs as classrooms and libraries for a new kind of technical literacy. Students learn in local workgroups, with peers, mentors, and machines, which are then connected globally by content sharing and video for interactive classes.Learn More Apply
How to Grow (Almost) Anything is a Synthetic Biology Program directed by George Church, professor of Genetics at Harvard medical school. The HTGAA is a part of the growing Academy of (almost) Anything. Courses include: Bio Design, Synthetic Development Biology, Genome Engineering, and Bio Production, among others.Learn More
There are many new forms of economic exchange and opportunities created by this globally distributed network, facilitating an ecosystem of fab lab-generated businesses and products with access to global markets.
This is a transdisciplinary course that focuses on the development of new technologies applied in the textile industry, in its broad range of applications, from the fashion industry and the upcoming wearable market.Learn More Apply
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