News Roundup – May 19, 2017

Innovate Pasadena in the news, InnovateHER 2017, the City is economically strong, CalTech, UberMedia, Spokeo, Wallaby Financial, and more!

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Kids Doing Calculus: A Sine of the Future

Whether your kids dream about creating the next Facebook, developing artificially intelligent robots, designing a hit video game, or flying to Mars, there’s one thing that engineers, psychologists, programmers, and scientists alike agree you’ll need: math skills. While the rest of the world advances, American kids today are falling behind as large class sizes and shrinking […]

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News Roundup – May 3, 2017

In Case You Missed It!   Around Town Tinkering School LA Summer Camp In this week-long day camp with sessions running from June 16-July 28 in Pasadena, kids will learn how to safely use power drills, hand saws, sewing machines, and more, in a supportive, girl-friendly environment, and then be set free (with close supervision) […]

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News Roundup – April 19, 2017

Project Scientist Summer Academies, STEAM:CODERS, American Chemical Society George A. Olah Award, Science Olympiad, Tatooine, SeekOps and more!

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News Roundup – April 5, 2017

Awards, awards, awards, the City of Pasadena is committed to economic development, CalTech asks if there is life out there, PCC and Wallaby are saving you money and more!

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News Roundup – March 22, 2017

Burger Flipping Robots, Social Innovation at the ArtCenter, CalTech is Reverse Engineering Poetry, Ayzenberg Raspberry Pi, and more!

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News Roundup – March 8, 2017

Pasadena Angels Invest in Repurpose, ADP Ranked as Leader, Imager Dentists Use Daily, How Mobile Data Transforms Real World Cityscapes, New Materials Could Turn Water into the Fuel of the Future, and more!

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Innovate Pasadena Announces New Administrative Leadership to Strengthen Pasadena’s Reputation for Innovation, Technology and Design

Management Professional Tom Buel Named Director of Operations; Technology-Solutions Advocate Brandee Pierce Named Community Manager   PASADENA, CA–(Marketwired – Mar 3, 2017) – Innovate Pasadena (IP), a non-profit organization committed to promoting economic and cultural development in the greater Pasadena region, announced today that Tom Buel and Brandee Pierce have joined the organization as Director […]

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News Roundup – February 22, 2017

iRobot Wins “Best of the Best” Silver Award, Caltech Astronomer Receives 2017 Dan David Prize, ADP Named to World’s Most Admired Companies List for 2017, NASA-funded Website Lets the Public Search for New Nearby Worlds, Caltech Women Mentoring Women, and more!

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News Roundup – February 8, 2017

Ayzenberg Launches Tools of Influence, Engineers Create Artificial Skin That “Feels” Temperature Changes, 50 LA Startups to Watch in 2017, NASA’s Curiosity Rover Sharpens Paradox of Ancient Mars, Engineers Build Robot Drone That Mimics Bat Flight, and more!

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This Pasadena Meetup Helps Women in Tech Find Their Tribe

Where do talented women in the tech industry go to discuss their professional challenges and support each other with advice? If you live on the Eastside, you join Melody King, Tracy Randall, and Sophie Parkison over drinks, where the Pasadena Women in Technology meetup members share their expertise, dispense industry tips, and help each other out. […]

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News Roundup – January 25, 2017

In Case You Missed It! New Caltech Instrument Poised to Image the Cosmic Web and Mars Rover Curiosity Examines Possible Mud Cracks!

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News Roundup – January 11, 2017

In case you missed it! URB-E can Charge all your Devices at Once, Visualizing Gene Expression with MRI, Vertical Management Systems Acquired, Resnick Institute Recognizes Student Innovations, and more!

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Building A Support System For Great Entrepreneurs

Jim McCarthy is the CEO of a successful business, but he remembers how he got there and he wants to share his knowledge with other entrepreneurs. Jim wears many hats: co-founder, CEO, speaker, author, and Innovate Pasadena board member. Now we can add… meetup organizer to the list! While it might seem like a minor […]

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News Roundup – December 13, 2016

In case you missed it! ArtCenter Honors Pioneers Forging the Next Frontier of Innovation, Toy Design for a New Generation, Cassini Spacecraft Beams Back First Images from New Orbit, NASA Technology is all Around You, and more!

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Circling the Wagons: Cyber Security in the Meetup Age

We sat down for a little Q&A with Michael Schell, organizer of the Innovate Pasadena Cybersecurity Meetup. First, tell our readers a little bit about your meetup group — what is cyber security, and who should attend a cyber security meetup? I would say the root of this particular cyber security meetup is to promote education and […]

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Edisun Microgrids Is Putting Superior Solar Technology Within Reach

We sat down with Edisun Microgrids, an Idealab company, to talk about solar trackers and what makes Pasadena such a great place for new technology companies. Mention solar energy these days, and you’ll likely think of Elon Musk and the recently announced SolarCity and Tesla solar roof tiles. While Musk’s team are doing much to […]

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News Roundup – November 30, 2016

In Case You Missed It! Bill Gates tours Caltech, Pasadena Wants to Tax Netflix, Snapbot lands at the Rose Bowl Stadium, Mars Ice Deposit Holds as Much Water as Lake Superior, and more.

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STEAM:CODERS teaches us that Opportunity + Imagination = Innovation

We’re huge fans of fellow Innovate Pasadena board member and STEAM:CODERS founder Raymond Ealy. He’s on a mission to get underserved and underrepresented local students comfortable with technology – and he’s been on a roll, reaching more than 1200 kids in grades 5-12 since 2014.  We recently caught up with Raymond to talk about his special Connect […]

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We’re Growing in 2017

Innovate Pasadena is Hiring! Are you our next superstar? The end of 2016 is fast approaching, and we’re already busy planning some great new initiatives for 2017. We’ve had a dedicated group of volunteers who have propelled our programs forward this year, so we’re especially pleased to be able to add to their efforts with some extra help […]

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