Two professors proposed transforming the 120-year-old mechanical services workshop into a “makerspace” complete with 3-D printers, woodworking equipment and other tools to give students a 24/7 accessible area for creating. Timothy Schuler, senior professor of practice and lab supervisor, and Cedric F. Walker, a biomedical engineering professor, gave an official presentation of the Tulane makerspace on Maker's Row Friday.
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Article by Mark Waller, The Times-Picayune.
The winner of the $25,000 top prize at the Tulane Business Model Competition last week also has landed a handful of wins, totaling $44,000 in cash, at the larger Rice University Business Plan Competition in Houston. The New Orleans company, called Tympanogen, formed at Tulane and developed a gel to heal children's ear injuries.
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