Students at Harvard University are planning to create their own glass tables for the first time.
The glass is being designed by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, a team led by Dr. James Karp, a former dean of engineering at Stanford University.
It will serve as a showcase for students in their studies to showcase their expertise in materials, Karp said in a statement.
“This glass project was inspired by the glassmaking history at the University of Michigan, where students made their first commercial glass in the 1880s,” Karp told FoxNews.com.
“I think students will have a lot of fun with this project, and the challenge is to design something that is both functional and beautiful, something that people will be proud of.”
Students will create glass, using a combination of traditional and innovative materials, and they will be able to use the materials in their glassmaking lab, and it will be used to make their own products.
It’s a great way to celebrate engineering, technology and entrepreneurship, Karsay said.
“Glass is a versatile material, with various properties and properties that can be used for many different uses.
We’ve seen that it can be made from different materials in different ways, and we want to create a variety of glass for the glassmakers to work with, including glass from the University and other institutions.”
The glass will be made of recycled glass and plastic, KARP said. “
This is an opportunity to see students in glass making and to see their ideas come to life.”
The glass will be made of recycled glass and plastic, KARP said.
It is being built on top of a piece of steel that is used in commercial glass production.
Karp said that students who participate in the project will be given the opportunity to learn more about the materials and the techniques used in glassmaking.