The Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development (CREEED) whose primary focus is on closing the achievement gap in El Paso students, visited Harmony Science Academy- El Paso this summer to learn more about the innovative projects Harmony is working on. Members from the CREEED Foundation as well as Harmony CEO Dr. Soner Tarim had the opportunity to visit Harmony’s FABLAB which is a makerspace students use to design projects and construct prototypes. Some campus science labs, don’t always permit for students to complete some of their bigger projects. Working in makerspaces like the FABLAB allows students to work in a safer and more productive environment that contain the necessary space, and materials to successfully create their projects. Visit http://fablabelpaso.org/ to learn more about the opportunities FABLAB is providing students.