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The University City Science Center

Giving international companies a soft place to land in Philadelphia

Thanks to an exciting University City Science Center program, businesses seeking a foothold in the U.S. are choosing Philadelphia. These firms are pioneering groundbreaking technologies, transforming sectors such as oncology and wind power.


On the Ground: The Future of Chinatown

This ethnic enclave has beaten the odds and remained a vibrant, beloved, distinct neighborhood. As the forces of development and gentrification encroach, can Philadelphia's Chinatown strike a balance between growth and preservation?

The Bio International Conference comes to Philly

The 2015 BIO International Convention comes to Philadelphia

The region's reputation as a global hub for academic, scientific and entrepreneurial prowess in the life sciences is on the rise, and now thousands of industry leaders will descend on the city June 15-18.

Pitch Day at Villanova

In higher ed, it's all about fresh thinking for a shifting economy

Local colleges and universities are developing innovative ways to foster entrepreneurship and cultivate the next generation of startup leaders. They are joined by schools across the state.

Greenbuild 2013 at the Convention Center

Greenbuild brings global leaders to town -- and shows them what Philly has to offer

Innovators in green building and design from around the world recently descended on our fair city, sharing their expertise and checking out the city's growing stable of sustainable architecture.

L to R Josh Sevin, Danielle Cohn, Jill Michal, Bob Moul

From the Editor: What does it mean to be a 'World Class' city?

Last week, the Economy League announced their plan for making Philadelphia globally competitive. Can we accomplish that goal and still maintain our unique charm?

Science Center turns 50

Inventing the Future: The Science Center turns 50

Flying Kite helps celebrate 50 years of 'Inventing the Future' at the University City Science Center.

Mary Claire Cruz for Campus Philly

FROM THE EDITOR: How to build a #brainmagnet

Campus Philly's annual meeting provided a window into the city's allure. Highlights included a talk from Inside Higher Ed co-founder Doug Lederman.

Southeast Asian Boat Race

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: National Night Out, Boat Race, Bug Fest

Stroll with neighbors in Lower & Central North Philly, experience Southeast Asia on Penn's Landing and eat up some insects on the Ben Franklin Parkway.

Maori Karmael Holmes

Building BlackStar: Maori Karmael Holmes on City's Newest Film Fest

Her goal is to shine a light on work by and about people of African descent in a global context, and she has assembled an impressive lineup of films that will be screened at the African-American Museum, Art Sanctuary, and International House on Aug. 2-5. Just don't make her sing.

Hashem Ashrafiuon

RESEARCH ROUNDUP: Tackling Concussions With Software, Grandma Lizard, Stomaching Cancer

A Villanova professor believes a personal brain-wave sample could help better determine the existence and severity of concussions.

4017 Lancaster wide

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Night Market, Under the Stars, BYO BBQ

Taste NoLibs Friday night, Latino theater on Saturday night, and a classic West Philly party on Memorial Day at Flying Kite's new HQ.

Art Star

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Free Speech, Brewerytown Spring, Art Stars

See this year's best film on free speech and get crafty with mom with hundreds of vendors and lots of music and good food across the city.

Women if Fire and Blood

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Flashlight Mob, Women of Fire and Blood, Low Lives

Shine your own light on sculpture at the art museum, get mythological at Walking Fish, and get low with a worldwide network at Little Berlin.
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