DTU, the Technical University of Denmark, is proud to present Skylab: a ‘melting pot’ for student innovation and entrepreneurship which provides them with a space for meetings, workshops and office work, entirely free of charge. The area has been a notable aspect of the DTU experience since its initiation one year ago and is now taking on new heights by moving to another area of the university.

September 1st is moving day, with the grand opening set to be held 10 days later, on September 11th, 14.00 pm at the new location:  Diplomvej, building 373 – also known as the ‘Stirlinghal.’  Those excited about the future of Skylab are welcome to join the opening ceremony in celebration of this milestone.

While the Skylab of 2013 offered 800 square meters of free work space to students and innovators alike, their new building provides twice this amount – boasting 1600 square meters of office facilities, social spaces and prototype workshops. Their prior location, building 205, is to become a part of the university’s new Life Science & Bioengineering complex. Not to worry though – the new location promises more rooms, more machines and more workshops. With this, the university hope to fulfil their mission of encouraging creativity and entrepreneurial spirit amongst students in an inspiring and energetic space.