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Become a ‘Science Sandbox’ fellow at New Lab

If you're an interesting person doing a cool thing, this could be a good opportunity.

The Navy Yard's New Lab, a new center of Brooklyn tech activity. (Rendering courtesy of Brooklyn Navy Yard)

New Lab is looking for people working in the innovation and tech world to work out of its space for free.

In a new program called the Science Sandbox, a partnership with the Simons Foundation, people are invited to apply for three monthlong fellowships which offer free workspace and access to the Brooklyn Navy Yard-based shared facilities, like a 3D-printing lab that includes a ginormous 3D printer.

According to New Lab, the fellowship is designed for “nurturing, building and remixing inspired projects that connect research to society.”

Current fellows include Ekene Ijeoma, the creator of the Look Up app, as well as plenty of other interesting-sounding folks.

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