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Cell and Gene Therapy: Why Philly? Why Now?

Silicon Valley, Boston and many other regions are known for attracting Life Science companies and talent. Nicknamed "Cellicon Valley", Philadelphia is now a key player and bringing many companies to the region. They’ve planted their flag here for several reasons. Come find out from experts “Why Philly, Why Now?” What makes Philly the best space […]

Second Annual O3 World A11y Design Slam

An interactive exercise exploring ways to make an experience accessible for people with situational, temporary, or permanent disabilities. About this Event Disabilities cover a broad spectrum that includes physical, cognitive, hearing, and vision impairments. It can be easy to take for granted daily situations that are made more difficult for an individual with various situational, […]

The Future is Female

Enjoy a beautiful evening and a toast to women for the critical role they play in Philadelphia's tech industry. Men are welcome. This event is powered by Ballard Spahr and The Qader Group.

Neotechs: From HeLa Cells to K-12 Education

This hour (short) panel discussion is the second in a series of discussions about Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies. The term “personalized medicine” captures the imagination. As unique individuals, we gravitate toward the idea of treatment that’s tailored to “the patient”. Cell and gene therapy represents a major leap in personalized medicine. We begin this […]

Venture for America Philly Founders Panel

The Venture for America (VFA) Philly Founders Panel will feature three incredible pairs of co-founders who founded the Philly-based startups Leagueside, Magnolia, and Stix and have all completed the VFA fellowship. The panel will be a fireside chat style conversation talking with these entrepreneurs about their stories, their businesses, and what they are doing to […]

Job Creation and Inclusion in Cell and Gene Therapy

Many roles exist at Cell and Gene Therapy companies on multiple education levels. What jobs, both scientific and non-scientific, are being created? What work is being done to ensure inclusion at all levels? How many jobs could be created in the next 3-5 years? come hear from experts on why job creation and inclusion in […]

“Introduce a Girl to Tech” workshop

In this virtual workshop, you and the special middle school girl in your life will work together to build your own voice app using Voice Flow! This workshop is being hosted by TechGirlz and is open to middle school girls (grades 5-8) and the special adult in their lives. You don't need to work for […]

Depicting Biological Futures – an Artist Talk by Dr Heather Dewey-Hagborg

Bio-artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg will discuss her work at the intersection of art and science. She will share recent projects exploring bio technological intimacy and ritual, including her collaboration with Integral Molecular based in Science Center. Dr. Heather Dewey-Hagborg is an artist and biohacker who is interested in art as research and technological critique. Her controversial […]

Eurasian – American Innovation Technology Commercialization Roundtable

The Mid-Atlantic - Eurasia Business Council (MAEBC/MARBC) is pleased to announce the upcoming Eurasian – American Innovation Technology Commercialization Roundtables. The Eurasian - American Innovation Technology Commercialization Roundtables will be held on May 14, 2021 virtually over Zoom, in September 2021 as a hybrid event, and in November 2021 as an in-person event. The roundtables […]

Getting Started with Git & Github

We'll cover version control through git for beginners. We'll also cover using GitHub and some basic DevOps using GitHub.

Coffee, Code, & Chat

Grab a cup of coffee (or your preferred hot beverage) and join us for this casual networking event to get to know other people working in tech!