Venture Café Philadelphia kicks off with Richard Florida as Featured Speaker
Venture Café Philadelphia will kick off its first Thursday night gathering on November 29 with prominent urban studies theorist, Richard Florida. The inaugural Venture Café Philadelphia Thursday gathering will take place from 3 – 8 p.m. at the newly opened 3675 Market Street where the University City Science Center is headquartered.
Newest BioArtist-in-Residence Explores Love Inside a Lab
Heather Dewey-Hagborg, the latest artist selected to participate in the University City Science Center and Integral Molecular’s BioArt Residency program, will begin her three month residency in November. Dewey-Hagborg is a transdisciplinary artist and educator whose interests focus on art as research and critical practice. Dewey-Hagborg is the third of three artists selected to participate in the program, which hosts artists at uCity Square-based biotech company Integral Molecular.
Science Center and Biotech Leader CSL Behring Partner to Accelerate Academic Research in the Search for New Medicines and Possible Cures
The University City Science Center and global biotechnology leader CSL Behring, which has its operational headquarters in King of Prussia, PA, are partnering to identify and help commercialize potential new medicines at research and academic institutions across the Greater Philadelphia region.
Internationally Renowned BioArtist Featured at Esther Klein Gallery
A solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed British artist, Anna Dumitriu, will open at the Esther Klein Gallery on October 18th. BioArt and Bacteria explores our relationship with the microbial world and the history and future of infectious diseases. An artist lecture will be held on October 18th at 5 p.m., immediately followed by the exhibit’s opening reception from 6 – 8 p.m., at the gallery, 3600 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Digging Beneath the Surface at the Latest Esther Klein Gallery Exhibit
The latest exhibition at the Esther Klein Gallery explores design, architecture and plant biology while highlighting the dynamic processes happening within plant roots. Without Roots features works by Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Professor and Artist Dolores Bartholomew, students from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts participating in Bartholomew’s “Topics in Science” class, Dr. Jason Diaz of La Salle University, and the Gallagher Plant Biology Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. An Art and Science Lecture will be held by Jason Diaz and Dolores Bartholomew on September 27 at 4 p.m. at the Esther Klein Gallery, 3600 Market Street, followed by the exhibit’s closing reception.
Twelve Academic Technologies Selected for Science Center Proof-of-Concept Program
Twelve promising technologies developed at nine academic institutions across the tristate region have been selected as finalists for the University City Science Center’s QED Program. QED is designed to bridge the gap between academic research and product commercialization. Researchers from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Harrisburg University of Science and Technology; New Jersey Institute of Technology; Penn State College of Medicine; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Temple University; Thomas Jefferson University; University of Delaware; and University of Pennsylvania will participate in the 11th round of the proof-of-concept program.
Latest Iteration of Science Center’s BioArt Residency Fuses Climate Change and Biotech
Deirdre Murphy is the newest artist to participate in the University City Science Center's BioArt Residency program. Murphy is a Philadelphia-based artist whose interests lie in the interconnected qualities of art and science with a focus on bird migration, climate change and data visualization. She will begin a three-month residency at uCity Square-based biotech company Integral Molecular on July 6. Murphy is the second of three artists selected to participate in the program.
Edith, the upcoming exhibit at Esther Klein Gallery, is the IRL sequel to a virtual exhibit that took place at a rural Connecticut gallery. Edith will feature works by Colin Klockner that were displayed virtually during the 2017 exhibit Edith’s Ghost at the Ghost gallery, also a project of Klockner’s. Curated by Meredith Sellers, Edith opens on June 28 with an opening reception from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. at EKG, 3600 Market Street, Philadelphia. Edith runs through July 28, 2018.