Spark 'very encouraged' by gene therapy data, targets 2021 for pivotal study
Schuylkill Yards’ tenant, Spark Therapeutics, expects to begin patient dosing next year in a pivotal study for its next gene therapy candidate.
Urban Land Institute: Successful Partnerships for Parks, featuring Drexel Square at Schuylkill Yards
Read about the heart and soul of Schuylkill Yards—our 1.3 acre public park, Drexel Square—in ULI’s round-up of successful partnerships for parks across the country.<
CHOP to lead $75M project to study health disparities in racial minorities
The world-class research team at CHOP is leading a $75 million project focused on using genomics to improve risk assessment for diverse populations, with the goal of integrating t
Philadelphia is the top emerging startup ecosystem in the U.S., report says
Philadelphia is the top emerging startup ecosystem in the United States, ranking #8 globally behind Mumbai, Jakarta, Zurich, Greater Helsinki, Guangzhou, Barcelona and Madrid.
Philadelphia’s Historic 30th Street Station Is Getting A Makeover
Amtrak has selected a master developer for the reimagination of 30th St Station, which will bring a host of new retail + services directly next to Schuylkill Yards.<
Walnut Street Cafe Is Back, Reimagined For a Strange New World
Walnut Street Cafe is reopening for outdoor dining with an all-new menu and the newly created Walnut Street Market, an open-air market!
Philadelphia-area life sciences companies expect to reel in more than $425M in a seven-day stretch
Philadelphia-area life sciences are once again attracting major investments in the form of venture capital deals, public offerings and debt financing deals, reeling in more than $
How COVID-19 Will Shape the Class of 2020 For the Rest of Their Lives
We’re in awe of a senior at Drexel whose senior thesis project is currently featured on the cover of TIME.
Region set to add thousands of new cell and gene therapy jobs in decade ahead, study says
A new study found that Philadelphia-area employment in Life Sciences is expected to grow exponentially in the next 10 years, with anywhere from just under 2,000 to more than 7,600