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Considering ergonomics and hand health in competitive gaming.
Reimagining reading education for deaf individuals.
Re-thinking the future of workspaces using traditional origami.
Providing free, hygienic, and environmentally friendly access to menstrual health across campus.
An innovative catheter that reduces the potential for neurological dysfunction and brain death at the time of cardiac arrest.
Engineers Without Borders aims to support sustainable, community-driven engineering projects to meet basic human needs.
Student group EnableTech designs and builds technologies that address everyday challenges faced by people with disabilities.
Undergraduates in this human-centered design consultancy lead a course to share design skills and processes with their fellow students.
Using wide-ranging tools for prototyping and fabrication, this team designs fuel-efficient vehicles to be adapted into real-world transportation concepts.
Interested in gaining new design skills or diving into a hands-on learning experience? Explore the courses taking place in Jacobs Hall this semester below.Read more
Updates regarding Jacobs Hall programs and operations will be added to the beginning of this news post as they become available.Read more
Stay connected with the Jacobs design community through our virtual workshops, open to maker pass holders and all members of the UC Berkeley Community. No RSVP needed – join as you’d like! We’ll be updating this list as workshops are launched, so please check back often. Please contact the workshop host directly with any questions.Read more
The Jacobs Institute is offering four hands-on Design Innovation courses this summer, open to all for enrollment, from current Berkeley students to members of the general public community.Read more