The Maker Challenge is one of Imperial College London’s innovative outreach programmes, empowering local young people to solve real-world problems through design and engineering.

Over 13 weeks, the participant students have mastered design and making skills, such as 3D printing, laser cutting, CAD, woodworking, electronics, and Arduino and brought their very own invention to life in the vibrant workshop of Imperial College London. Supported by Imperial experts and with access to world-class facilities, our students took part in the challenge to create prototypes of their inventions and presented their ideas to a panel of judges and family members on Saturday 9th December. Congratulations to all students who took part in this wonderful project.