Leslie eLab

The Mark and Debra Leslie Entrepreneurs Lab is a 6,800-square-foot facility in the heart of the Washington Square campus where aspiring NYU entrepreneurs from across all of NYU’s schools and colleges—be they students, faculty, or researchers—can meet to connect, collaborate, and tap into a vast array resources to help develop their ideas and inventions into startup companies.

We're open Mon - Thurs: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. and Fri: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Host your startup meetings here.

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  • Tell Me More
    The Leslie eLab features flexibly configured co-working spaces, meeting rooms, an event space, and a prototyping lab to encourage interaction, prototyping, and collaboration so essential in the development of entrepreneurial ideas.
    27,393

    Student Visits

    to the Leslie eLab in 2016!

    Who’s It for?
    Anyone currently at NYU can take advantage of the resources offered by the Leslie eLab

    • Current NYU students, faculty, researchers, staff
    • No appointment necessary
    • No prior experience with entrepreneurship necessary
    • Startups at all stages of development
    Where Is It?

    16 Washington Place,
    (at Greene Street)
    New York City 10003

    (212) 992-6070

  • Prototyping Lab

    All members of the NYU community have access to an array of prototyping equipment available at the Leslie eLab's prototyping Lab.

    Equipment:

    • Ultimaker 2 3D Printer
    • One Stratasys Mojo 3d Printer
    • One Makerbot Digitizer 3d scanner
    • One Forty Watt CO2 Laser Cutter with a 40" cutbed
    • Arduinos and Raspberry Pis
    • Assorted sensors: accelerometers, barometers, light, ph level
    • Soldering irons, drills, pliers, etc.

    Training:

    Contact us at elab@nyu.edu for a Prototyping Lab training session to learn how to use this great equipment.

    Weekly Training Hours:
    Tuesdays: 1pm - 2pm. Check the calendar for dates.

    Reserve a tool

    The guardians at the Leslie eLab provides support to students, researchers and faculty at the Prototyping Lab.

    Prototyping Lab Guardians
    Magdalena Kovarik
    Magdalena Kovarik