It’s always wonderful to see our work in the news. If you watched the CBS 60 Minutes this past weekend, you may have seen our recently completed MIT E15 Media Lab Cleanroom.
Affectionately dubbed the ‘Yelloxbow,’ the MIT E15 Media Lab Cleanroom is full of action as the Conformable Decoders research group are all moved in and starting their research. The group aims to convert the patterns of nature and human body into beneficial signals and energy.
To the meet the needs of the research, the space is equipped with cameras to track researchers and processes in real time, and a special operation room to manipulate and hack traditional microfabrication tools for MIT’s evolving research needs. The cleanroom consists of three major components: a gowning area, a specimen preparation room of Class 10,000 of approximately 300 SF, and a cleanroom of Class 1,000 of approximately 400 SF.