University City Science Center
Apple. Google. Microsoft. Each has roots in a garage: the stuff of legend for innovators from which University City Science Center is drawing inspiration.
An area chemist may be one step closer to developing the next generation of anti-bacterial cleaning products.
Canadian trade officials said the black eye that a Canadian company got over the healthcare.gov web debacle shouldn’t diminish the accomplishments of other high-tech companies in that country.
The discussion, titled “Philadelphia Taxes — Past, Present and Future.” was organized by the Pew Charitable Trusts and Temple University’s Center on Regional Politics.
The engineers might wonder why there are sweaters and scarves in the room. “You can design something on the computer and machines actually knit it for you.”
Want to see your art on Philadelphia’s PECO Building? Starting in September, you just might be able to.
The University City Science Center, at 37th and Market Streets in West Philadelphia, was the backdrop on Monday as members of Congress showed their support for legislation to stimulate innovation in the life sciences industry.
Recently elected US senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) took a tour on Monday of the University City Science Center, on Market Street in West Philadelphia, promoting repeal of a tax on medical devices.