Speech Delivered by Karma Lhaki, Director of Fablab Bhutan at National STEM Olympaid 2019 Honorable Vice- Chancellor of Royal Universit of Bhutan, Director General of Ministry of Education, Distinguished guests and to all the participants. It is with great honor and privilege that Fablab Bhutan and the Fabulous team to work closely with The Royal […]
Fablab Bhutan is currently embarking on an ambitious pilot programme to roll-out Unleash Bhutan Project to all the integrated youth centres across Bhutan.
A group of young and inspiring students along with few Teachers from Rosemarry Primary School, Thimphu visits Fablab Bhutan on 22 May 2019 . The Kids have been introduced the little bits, how to play with the little bits, introduction on the different types of machines available in the lab. They were also Showcased with […]
Fablab Team was pleased to welcome a team from a final year students doing a bachelor in Electronics and Communications Engineering at College of Science and Technology on 18 May 2019. we also would like to thank our appreciation for choosing our lab as one of the areas for their industrial tour. Electronics and Communications […]
His Excellency met with the innovators at the fablab and discussed the various applications for prototyping, particularly in the field relating of engineering.
Whether I am speaking with students, farmers or just watching the latest news about a new direction in Science and Technology, I am always amazed at the Bhutanese innovation enthusiasm being developed in every sector.
Fablab Bhutan Team is both INSPIRED and most HONORED by the Most Precious visit – His Majesty The Peoples King of Bhutan
The acceleration of research and the rapid pace of the development of new technology make the future look closer to tomorrow than two to five years or even ten years out.
Science improves our lives and the world. But as scientific research expands and becomes more sophisticated, innovation become more challenging. Digital technology is helping scientists to decipher the complex and drive discovery.
Very proud, honored and simply excited to join students from more than 170 nations across the globe to share, care and exchange.