Story excerpt provided by The Plain Dealer.
Written by Karen Farkas.
Case Western Reserve University’s “think[box],” billed by the school as one of the world’s largest university-based innovation and entrepreneurship centers, opened Thursday at a new location.
The center, which first opened in 2012 in a 4,500-square-foot space in the basement of the CWRU’s engineering building, now is in the Richey Mixon Building, a former cold storage warehouse, at 11201 Cedar Avenue.
CWRU said think[box] is one of the few university-based centers that encourages the public — as well as students, faculty and staff — to create and “tinker” with 3-D machines, laser-cutters and other state-of-the-art technology for free.
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Originally published October 1, 2015.