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MICHIGAN CENTER PROVIDES SPACE TO TEACH SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY

Every stem needs a place to grow and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) now has one under the pyramid at Logan’s Landing.

Local robotics mentors John Gilligan and Philip Leete started Quarkmine in September of 2016 and added Space to its name on Oct. 14, opening almost 4,000 square feet of space as a regional hub to make, play and learn.

“We’re kind of a gym for your brain:

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