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Thinking in 3D

When it comes to 3-D printing, Mark Ginsberg likes to refer to himself as a “mass customizer.” Read more here.

ByM.C. Ginsberg

December 20, 2013

Objects of Art Tour

Amanda Hoffman provides outside viewers a virtual tour of the store from the process of making pieces to finished art- and all of the spaces in between.

ByM.C. Ginsberg

November 26, 2013

Jeweler helps U of I surgeons by making 3-D human organs

The ideal tools for Turek are three-dimensional models of specific patients’ hearts that doctors can observe from all sides, and the physician has teamed up with an unlikely partner to get them: the owner of…

ByM.C. Ginsberg

November 14, 2013

Pathogen Art and the American Public Health Association

The University of Iowa College of Public Health is participating in the American Public Health Association’s the annual meeting in Boston, MA, Nov. 2-6. This is the premier public health educational forum in the United…

ByM.C. Ginsberg

November 5, 2013

Retirees Shown 3-D Printing Capabilities

Three-dimensional printing, along with beautiful art jewelry, highlighted visits by UIRA members Sept. 19 and 24, 2013, to M. C. Ginsberg: Objects of Art in downtown Iowa City. A total of about 50 retirees were…

ByM.C. Ginsberg

October 17, 2013

Where The Heart Is

Ginsberg has partnered with people from a variety of industries — including UI physicians in disciplines such as otolaryngology, neurology, orthopedics and, most recently, cardiac surgery — to create whatever odds and ends they need.

ByM.C. Ginsberg

June 24, 2013

What is Creativity?

Iowa’s Creative Corridor stretches from Iowa City to Cedar Rapids. Watch the video

ByM.C. Ginsberg

April 24, 2013