Carisma Therapeutics hires CFO away from another Philadelphia life sciences firm

Movement among company executives to rival firms is on the rise as the Philadelphia region’s cell and gene therapy industry advances.

Article from Philadelphia Business Journal

Drexel President John Fry steering university into new markets as ‘demographic cliff’ looms

Drexel President is looking to the West and the South in search of future students.

Article from Philadelphia Business Journal

Forbes names 4 Philadelphia-area companies among nation’s 100 best employers for new grads

Four Philadelphia-area companies are among Forbes’ top 100 list of America’s Best Employers for New Grads

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Best Places to Work 2021: Announcing honorees in the large and extra-large company categories

In partnership with Quantum Workplace, Philadelphia Business Journal shares Greater Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work.

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What We Learned at Philly Tech Week’s Cell and Gene Therapy Night

The 11th annual Philly Tech Week included an entire evening dedicated to the city’s rapidly growing cell and gene therapy sector.

Article from Philly Mag

COVID-19 scatters tech hubs for young talent

Pandemic moves are redistributing young talented tech workers across the country after being so heavily concentrated in just a handful of U.S. cities for years.

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St. Georges Technical High School is first high school in the U.S. to use the Gene Editing Institute’s CRISPR in a Box Educational Toolkit™

This toolkit is designed for educational sessions in secondary and post-secondary schools, suitable for remote learning. CRISPR in a Box brings to life the much-heralded CRISPR gene editing technology – the “genetic scissors” that allow scientists to edit DNA.

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LucasPye Bio owner breaking barriers in Philadelphia’s life sciences industry

To get LucasPye Bio operational, owner Tia Lyles-Williams, has formed a partnership with the Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing in Lower Gwynedd and California based Celltheon.

Article from the Philadelphia Business Journal

This education nonprofit’s ‘STEM equity and innovation lab’ got a $100K boost

The Comcast grant will fund and expand Steppingstone Scholars‘ internship and mentoring programs for the next few years.

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