Monthly Archives: December 2014

  • The Envision 2014 Summit hosted by Innovate Pasadena in October was an intimate conference designed to explore the trends that will shape innovation over the next 20 years. The event featured thought leaders who spoke about the impact of innovation on how we live, work and play. From True Car CEO Scott Painter’s inspirational message of innovating without constraints to Astia CEO Sharon Vosmek’s distilled message of why innovation matters (JOBS!), Envision afforded attendees the opportunity to take stock of how technology and design will transform today’s landscape for tomorrow.

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  • Following the success of CONNECT Weekend in March, Innovate Pasadena hosted CONNECT Week in October bringing together over 25 collaborating organizations who independently organized seminars, workshops and social events at venues all across the city. Whether it was discovering design trends and emerging biotech to crowdfunding and 3d printing, CONNECT Week showcased the depth and diversity of the Innovate Pasadena Community attracting nearly 5,000 people to the weeks events.

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  • PBC-logoA capacity crowd of over 100 entrepreneurs, scientists, students and the general public gathered at the Pasadena Convention Center on October 21st to learn about the exciting research happening in their city. Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard, California Senator Jack Scott and President of the Pasadena Bioscience Collaborative Bruce Blomstrom set the tone in their opening remarks by underscoring the unique value of Pasadena’s thriving life science and biotech community.

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  • Cross Campus, the much anticipated co-working space and business event venue, is under construction and just a few weeks from completion. The facility will encompass nearly 16,000 square feet and will be steps away from the Memorial Park light rail station in Old Pasadena. Not only will the space feature an open plan with meeting rooms, community lounge and event space but it will also rock a fully stocked beverage bar.

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  • The space age opened in 1957 when the USSR launched its first Earth satellite into orbit. The International Council for Science established the Committee on Space Research the following year and now 60 years later, Pasadena will serve host to the 2018 COSPAR Scientific Convention. At the invitation of the National Academy of Sciences, Caltech and JPL, Pasadena was selected to host the 43rd Scientific Assembly, one of the most prominent scientific meetings in the world from July 14-22, 2018.

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