Fab Labs Around the World

Fab LabThe International Scope of Fab Labs

LCCC's Scott Zitek is shown below in a 2009 newspaper article from India. This demonstrates the interest in Fab Labs around the world.

Indian Newspaper

The LCCC Fab Lab is part of a global network of labs in collaboration with MIT 

Afghanistan

  • Jalalabad (Taj Mahal Guest House)

Costa Rica

  • Cartago (Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica)

Columbia

  • Medellin (Fab Lab Medellin)

Ghana

  • Takoradi (Takoradi Technical Institute)

Iceland

  • Vestmannaeyjar (Innovation Center Iceland)

India

  • Ahmedabad (National Innovation Foundation)

  • Delhi (Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology )

  • Kanpur (Indian Institute of Technology)

  • Pabal (Vigyan Ashram)

  • Pune (College of Engineering, Pune)

Kenya

  • Kisumu (ARO)

  • Nairobi (University of Nairobi)

Netherlands

  • Amsterdam (Waag Society)

  • Eindhoven (FreeFormFab)

  • The Hague (CabFabLab)

  • Utrecht (Protospace)

Norway

  • Hoylandet (Hoylandet Kommune)

  • Lyngen (Solvik Gard)

United States

  • California

    • San Diego (Heads on Fire)

  • Illinois

    • Chicago (Museum of Science and Industry)

  • Massachusetts

    • Boston (South End Technology Center)

  • Minnesota

    • White Bear Lake (Century Community and Technical College)

  • New York

    • South Bronx (Sustainable South Bronx)

  • Ohio

    • East Cleveland (MS2STEM High School)

    • Elyria (Lorain County Community College)

    • Mobile fab lab (Learwood Middle School)

    • Rhode Island

    • Providence (AS220)

  • Wisconsin

    • Appleton (Fox Valley Technical College)

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