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From prototypes to works of art, students and faculty can harness 3D printing in the UC Ground Floor Makerspace to bring their imaginations to life.
The University of Cincinnati Ground Floor Makerspace and the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) are piloting a professional development opportunity for K-12 STEAM teachers.
This spring, around a dozen UC industrial design students used the Makerspace to construct capstone products including bicycle parts, furniture, chicken coop and tote bags.
Makerspace, Venture Lab
Venture Lab startup Clean Earth Rovers has been in the news following its announcement of a distribution deal with a Florida-based company.
Partnering in the U.S. and Australia, Clean Earth Rovers has improved its machinery for clearing debris from waterways and is preparing to ship its largest…
The nonprofit Remake Project has received a helping hand from the Ground Floor Makerspace, which provided sewing machines for creating tote bags from surplus materials.
Through collaboration with the Ground Floor Makerspace staff, occupational therapy graduate students are being introduced to state-of-the-art tools and equipment for creating assistive devices.
This year, students opting for a Cincinnati spring break staycation can bring home some unique souvenirs — objects they’ve crafted themselves in the UC Makerspace.
On Feb. 27, from 5-7 p.m., the UC Ground Floor Makerspace will hold an open house in its workspace equipped with prototyping and fabrication tools.
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