Story excerpt provided by The Plain Dealer.
Written by Michael C. DeAloia.
One of the Cleveland area’s most interesting exports is innovation, the kind created in research and medical institutions such as world-class hospitals, higher education institutions and, of course, NASA Glenn’s research facility.
But it’s at Case Western Reserve University that innovation is getting not just an evolutionary change in approach, but rather a paradigm shift that is sure to make a lasting mark on Cleveland’s greatest export.
Case’s innovation and entrepreneurship center, Think[box], has moved into its new 50,000-square-foot home and phase one of it was unveiled to the public last week. The new center serves as the innovation platform for inspired individuals to create products and ultimately wealth. It is the culmination of a $35 million investment made on behalf of the university and its benefactors.
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Originally published November 8, 2015.