MIT Technology Review named UW DFab Co-Directors Nadya Peek and Adriana Schulz as two of the 35 Innovators under 35. They are recognized for their valuable contributions in design, automation, and fabrication.
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“She designs modular components—motors, mechanical arms, and material cutters—that can be assembled every which way and programmed with a little bit of code to carry out tasks from the frivolous to the scientific.” Read more
“Adriana Schulz’s computer-based design tools let average users and engineers alike use graphical drag-and-drop interfaces to create functional, complex objects as diverse as robots and birdhouses without having to understand their underlying mechanics, geometries, or materials.” Read more