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Turnout At First Women In Tech Summit Is Proof of Growth

Two hundred women convened for networking and learning on Saturday for this Philly Tech Week event, illustrating the local rise of women in technology.

Philadelphia's South Street West Comes of Age

One of Philly's iconic streets is abuzz with construction, rehab and lots of new businesses, establishing a new dining destination that's more livable than ever.

Pennsylvania's Nanotech Players Pursuing Giga-Scale Impact

Across PA, advances in nanotechnology are developing devices that depend on particles many times smaller than the thickness of a human hair.

Is Philly's 5K Run for Clean Air the Greenest Race in America?

With a CO2-neutral truck providing all power via solar, medals made from recycled materials and runner bibs made of seed paper, the 31st annual race fits the bill.

Pitching the School District as Real Estate Developer

Five teams competed for $10k and a shot at nationals at the Public Policy Challenge, and the prize went to the innovative "Closing Schools, Opening Opportunities" plan.

Problem-Solving 101: PA's New MBA Path to Entrepreneurship

More MBAs are starting businesses, and there are plenty in PA who enter their studies not with a ready-made idea, but on the hunt for a fix.

Philly Exports Startup Blazes Global Entrepreneurial Trail

A third-generation entrepreneur's most recent venture aims to put 'Made in the USA' back on the map, and he's taking his friends for the ride.

Pennsylvania Gets Even More Attractive to Businesses

More companies choose to locate their operations in Pennsylvania, including natural gas players, farmers, major global brands and breweries.

SMS SOS: Hack the Change Gets Local to Think Global

The Penn-organized weekend hackathon set out to identify and solve real-world problems, many through text-based tech.

i2n: Chester and Delco KIZs Join Forces for Regional Strength

The new partnership will involve nearly 60 companies and 25 institutions in Southeastern PA, bolstering the area's emerging technology sector.

Arts Set the Stage, But Jobs and Other Investment Must Follow

Growing arts scenes are making places like Scranton and Bethlehem more attractive destinations, part of a recipe for success.

How a Philly Company Fought the FDA to Get Its Breast Cancer Screening Device Cleared

Mihir Shah came from India in 1997 seeking to make a big impact and is closer than ever thanks to his relentless pursuit of more effective breast cancer diagnostics.

MOVING PICTURE: Startups Take Over UPenn Career Fair

The record attendance was no coincidence: more startups are attracting more students and recent grads to stay in Philadelphia.

Philly's Civic Hackathon Engages 'People Who Write Code and Want to Give Back'

Local Code for America fellows led an impressive group of people who aim to hack a better Philly.

How Philadelphia Non-Profits Are Nurturing Human Capital

As funding challenges mount, area non-profits are utilizing techniques to attract, grow and retain one of its most important resources: people.
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