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Reinventing Education

Research Institute for Robotics

and Technology

Since its establishment in July 2017 Makerlab has opened its doors to all ages from 7 years old to adults, and more recently to kids from 4 to 6 year olds, giving them the opportunity to experience the world of technology and science. Learning Robotics begins through play. We prepare a young child to enter the world of STEM, using the most modern pedagogical methods.

With the older students we approach Robotics from different perspectives. We explore the world of Algorithms, Electronics and Automation with Programming through Experiments and cutting edge tools.

At Makerlab, children have access to a fully equipped laboratory, where, starting with Lego educational robotics packages but continuing with open electronics and programming platforms, such as arduino/dwenguino, 3d printing, etc., they have the opportunity to create their own robotic constructions.

Through robotics and computer science, young people gain the tools to understand and act in the ever-evolving world around them, to create as well as consume, to understand as well as to use, to distinguish technology from magic. To have the knowledge and skills to take on jobs of the future.

  We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist … using technologies that haven’t been invented … in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet
Richard Riley

Through the activities offered, students can understand and apply fundamental principles of computer science including logic, algorithms, data representation and communication. They can analyze problems in computational terms and use programming and engineering to solve such problems. This continued practice gives children the ability to appreciate and apply information technology principles, including new and unfamiliar technologies. And above all to become responsible, competent, creative and confident users of technology.

Computer science is as much about computers as astronomy is about telescopes.
Edsger W. Dijkstra


Science was first formulated in Plato’s Theaetetus and denotes documented and ascertained knowledge. Science today does not differ from this original formulation, it continues to offer answers to all the questions raised by the observation of Nature (Astronomy, Cosmology, Geology, etc.), Life (Biology, Zoology, Biochemistry, etc.). a.), Society (Archaeology, Criminology, Anthropology, etc.) and every other aspect of what includes us, but with the research, experimentation and documentation required to produce valid results.


Science leads us to Technology. Technology is the application of Science to develop new means for the study of Science, but also for more practical purposes. Technology is also divided into many categories with traditional ones of Industry, Transportation and Health, but also more recent ones such as Telecommunications and Information.


Engineering refers to the applied Sciences, which are also categorized as Positive Sciences. This branch is mainly concerned with research, design, development and implementation of materials and processes for each sector it concerns. It is an integral part of the scientific process as it provides the tools with which research is facilitated.


Mathematics is the connecting link in this chain, linking theory to practice and idea to implementation. Mathematics provides us with the description and measurements for all the objects that surround us, but also the theoretical confirmation for the results that are derived.

Latest News

New year, new classroom

"Knowledge creates bliss," said the ancient philosopher Plato, and we do not stop offering it. A new classroom has been set up to meet the needs of the new Covid-19, and is available to accommodate our students. Our new space is located at the same address and meets...

Registrations of the year 2020 – 2021

The new year started on the 1st of September for the Makerlab team. Registrations, however, continue and you still can aplly for a place in out team as there is the possibility of forming new groups throughout the year. Children aged 4 and over have the opportunity to...

Qualification in the 32nd Greek National Competition in Informatics for students

Eight children from the region of Western Greece, 5 of whom are from Agrinio and students at Makerlab, made it to the final phase of the 32nd Greek National Competition in Informatics for students. Our students have reached a stage before the CAMP that prepares...

Suspension of operation of our classes

We' d like to inform you that in the context of social responsibility for the emergency situation we are experiencing, we postpone - according to the instructions of the Hellenic Ministry of Health - our classes and meetings, which we plan to replace at the first...

TLC Robotics Championship – 5th Race (Agrinio)

The 5th Competition of the Greek National Educational Robotics Competition TLC (Think Learn Create) wil take place on Sunday 08/03. The championship for the Region of Western Greece for the elementary school category is held in Agrinio at the Technical Chamber of...

Qualification in the 2nd phase of the 32nd Greek National Competition in Informatics for students

Seven children from Agrinio, 6 of whom are students at Makerlab, made it to the 2nd phase of the 32nd Greek National Informatics Competition for students. Students of Agrinio city excel in a competition where the largest private schools of our coyntry have a long...