Category: Makers

Addresses air quality issues encountered in maker spaces and STEM labs, produced by the equipment [3D printers, lasers, etc.] in them.

Coconuts to carbon: Houston Mini Maker Faire, November 1, 2014

Our contest for the maker faire this weekend asks participants to estimate how many football fields of chemical molecules can fit into xx grams of activated carbon. The winner receives a one-year Children’s Museum of Houston membership. Nice. What’s with the coconuts? Coconut shell is an excellent feedstock for making carbon because it doesn’t crumble… Read more »