NTU Innovation Port

The new NTU Innovation Port – a one-stop centre for all things innovation-related. 

With locations at both the North and South Spines of the University’s main campus, the NTU Innovation Port serves as a common space for the NTU community and external partners to discuss start-up and innovation ideas, as well as assist industry partners looking to collaborate or license technologies.

The space located at The Arc will occupy half of the existing Student Hub and is expected to launch by end Q1 2024 while the other space located at Gaia is expected to be ready by Q3 2024.

NTU I&E welcomes NTU community (students, alumni, faculty and researchers) and industry partners to leverage these new resources to accelerate their I&E journey. 

Looking towards the future, to further support enterprising pathways and accelerate the growth of NTU-affiliated spin-offs, NTU I&E is planning a new incubation facility designed to provide comprehensive support for early-stage spin-offs.

The new facility, spanning multiple floors, will offer dedicated co-working spaces for both incorporated and pre-incorporated spin-offs emerging from NTU. These spaces will be thoughtfully designed to foster serendipitous encounters, encourage collaboration, and cultivate a strong sense of community among incubates.

In addition to co-working spaces, the facility will also house state-of-the-art shared facilities, including meeting rooms, small lecture theatres, pantry spaces, and other communal areas. These amenities will cater to the diverse needs of incubates, providing them with the resources and infrastructure necessary to connect, collaborate and thrive.

NTU Makerspaces

A new Makerspace will be slated for launch by the end of the first quarter of 2024. Located at The Arc, The Makerspace will occupy the existing Reading Room to be a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Atelier supporting conceptualisation, development and validation of NTU's inventions from prototype to market.

By linking aspiring entrepreneurs to NTU's diverse range of facilities and expertise, this space will empower cross-field research, development, testing and validation for those seeking to bring their ideas to life.

Visit other NTU makerspaces at these areas:

Visit Dyson-NTU Studio

Dyson-NTU Studio
Academic Building North ABN-02A-01
61 Nanyang Drive
Singapore 637335​ [map]


  1. Ideation discussion pods

  2. ​​​Design and modelling PCs with various engineering software including solidworks and matlab
  3. Fabrication equipment:
    • 3D printers
    • Acrylic bending machine
    • Bench drill
    • Scroll saw
    • Soldering station
    • Mixed domain oscilloscope
    • Programmable multiple output DC power supply
    • Various hand tools​
Visit Garage@EEE

School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
S1-B3c-26, 50 Nanyan​g Avenue, Singapore 639​798 [map]


  1. 3D printers
  2. Laser cutter
  3. PCB milling machine
  4. Benchtop electronic instruments (oscilloscopes, logic analyser)
  5. Soldering station
Visit Innovation Lab@SCSE

SCSE Innovation Lab
N4-b1b-13, 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore, 639798 [map]


Cubicle workspaces with facilities such as:
• 3D printer
• Eye-tracking headset
• MySignals medial and eHealth platform
• Muse brain sensing headband
• Robotic arms 

Visit Making and Tinkering Space@SPMS

School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS)
Making and Tinkering Space
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
21 Nanyang Link, Level 3 Atrium
Singapore 637371 [map]


  • 3D printing service (PLA material only)
  • Soldering tools
Other tools require special risk assessment and training
Visit Maker Lab @MAE

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)
Maker Lab 
Design and Human Factors Lab 50 Nanyang Avenue, Maker Lab @MAE (N3.2 B1 – 02n), Singapore 639798 [map]


3D desktop printers for:

  • PLA filament material
  • ABS and flexible
Visit Undergraduate Laboratory@MSE

School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
Undergraduate Lab

Block N4.1​ N4-B4b-13
50 Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639798 [map]

  1. Basic tools and equipment for fundamental material science & engineering work and research

  2. Computer facilities and study rooms

  3. Various cutting, materials testing and heat-treatment facilities
Visit ADM Facilities

School of Art, Design & Media (ADM)

81 Nanyang Drive, Level 3
Singapore 637458  [map]


  1. Prototyping workshop such as 3D printers and scanners, CNC machines, laserpro and more.
  2.  Construction workshop and tools
  3.  Computer labs
  4.  FYP and Product Design studio
Visit Open Innovation Lab@NIC

NTU Innovation Centre (NIC)
Open Innovation Lab

71 Nanyang Drive, #2M-01 Singapore 638075 [map]


  • 3D printers (PLA material only)
  • Direct-to-garment printer
  • Benchtop working tools
  • Optical microscope
  • Basic tools for electrical assembly

Co-Working Spaces

Visit NTUitive@Blk79

NTUitive @ Blk 79
79 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #04-01/02
Singapore 139955 [map]

Entry fee:
$280 per month (NTU Affiliates)
$400 per month (Public)


Workspace with free amenities:

  • High-speed Wi-Fi network
  • Complimentary snacks & beverages
  • Meeting rooms
  • Privacy meeting pods
  • Networking with industry partners
  • Exclusive events
Visit TheNest@NIC

NTU Innovation Centre (NIC)
The Nest
71 Nanyang Drive, #03-01
Singapore 638075 [map]


Workspace with over 40 co-working desks

  • Easy access to mentors, incubation team and network with like-minded peers
  • Internet
  • Meeting rooms