There are spaces at Princeton available for you to build and advance your entrepreneurial project.
Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs is the premier co-working space for science startups in New Jersey — a unique place where you can test, develop and grow your game-changing ideas. Our mission is to foster innovation, collaboration and entrepreneurship – in essence, to create and grow an innovation ecosystem – by supporting early-stage startups with high potential.
The Princeton Innovation Center Biolabs accepts applications from companies both with and without a Princeton affiliation.
The Princeton Entrepreneurial Hub at 34 Chambers Street in downtown Princeton serves as a hub for entrepreneurship education and a startup incubator with co-working space for students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The PEC offices are located in the eHub.
The Keller Center Makerspace is a home for anyone in the Princeton campus community who has an idea and needs some support bringing it to life.
Our technical equipment, ranging from 3D printers to woodworking tools, as well as our creative classrooms, equipped with whiteboards, work tables, craft supplies, and more. Experienced staff are available to guide you through the imagining, planning, and execution of your most creative thoughts.
The Butler College Innovation Space is designed especially for entrepreneurial projects, with three whiteboard walls, movable tables with whiteboard surfaces, and comfortable desk chairs, armchairs, and sofas. Print station and projection capability through an 80” LCD monitor with Apple TV and cable connection. Pool table and foosball table in adjoining room. This space is only available for undergraduate students.
The StudioLab is a versatile, welcoming, and engaging space for collaboration and creation across the disciplines. The Council of Science and Technology developed the StudioLab to bring together students, faculty, and staff, independent of area of concentration, to explore the intersections and shared creativity across STEM, the arts, humanities, and social sciences.. The space features motion capture, virtual reality, theater lighting, sound system, dance flooring, robots, 3D printing, conductive fabric and sewing, laser cutting, CNC milling, electronics, computers, building, and more. Programmatic initiatives include courses, labs, studios, student projects, student-led and staff-led activities and workshops, open creative hours, and thematic “hackathons” on social justice topics. The StudioLab is open to students and faculty of Princeton University.
The Digital Learning Lab (DLL), part of Princeton University’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, is a technology-rich teaching space in the Lewis Science Library building.
Featuring 20+ student specialists and three full-time staff members with graduate degrees in higher education and decades of experience working with academic technology, McGraw Center's DLL provides a flexible space for interdisciplinary conversations around effective teaching and successful learning with multimedia tools and workflows. The DLL is, at its core, a room full of high-end computers optimized for multimedia projects. The DLL also has two audio recording booths for voice-over narration and music production. The DLL is open to students and faculty of Princeton University.