By Innovate Pasadena Staff — June 30, 2016
In Case You Missed it!
Hackaday Prize is Celebrating Citizen Science With Exciting Projects
All this month, the Hackaday Prize is celebrating Citizen Science. Whether it’s homebrew microscopy devices, an Open Source blood glucose monitoring system, or a star tracking telescope, there are dozens of projects in the Hackaday Prize celebrating Citizen Science. LEARN MORE
Three Leading Pasadena-Based Companies Are Addressing Trends in EdTech, by East West Bank
As innate learners of computer science, children as young as 5 are already mastering the art of coding and programming. How is education evolving to match their technological literacy and to prepare them for the future? A number of organizations are addressing this trend in the education technology, or EdTech, space. LEARN MORE
STEAM:CODERS and Google at the Paley Center for Media
On Saturday, June 11, 2016, STEAM:CODERS took fifteen high school students to The Paley Center for Media and Google. The day begin with a special keynote conversation featuring the team behind Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Writers and producers from the show were on hand to mentor the participants. The students then had an opportunity to “pitch” their ideas to the larger group, resulting in a fun and educational interactive session! Full STEAM ahead! READ MORE
ArtCenter College of Design Publishes Report, "Creating Maker Spaces in Schools of Art and Design"
The first deeply researched study of maker spaces in higher education is now available for anyone attempting to integrate digital making with traditional maker spaces and still remain agile and efficient as technology evolves. ArtCenter College of Design delivers a "how to" guide available for free online. Faculty Casey Anderson presented the report during the Higher Ed Maker Symposium organized by the White House‘s Office of Science and Technology Policy on Tuesday. DOWNLOAD FREE REPORT
PCC SBDC’s Small Business Week Event is Now Just a Memory, but WOW What a Memory!
Silicon Dragon LA 2016: Hollywood Meets China Meets Tech
On Wed July 27, 9:00am - 12:00pm at the Pasadena Convention Center, Silicon Dragon LA 2016 returns! Speakers include Hollywood executives doing cross-border China deals, dealmakers spearheading cross-border Hollywood-China transactions, venture and angel investors, and founders of startups and emerging companies in SoCal expanding to China. LEARN MORE
Growing Arctic Carbon Emissions Could Go Unobserved
Led by Nicholas Parazoo of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, a new study compares the ability to observe increases in cold-season emissions of carbon dioxide and increases in warm-season removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The cold-season emissions come mainly from deep soil layers that retain enough summer heat to remain thawed after the soil's surface freezes in the fall. As the climate continues to warm, these buried layers are expected to remain unfrozen later and later into the winter, releasing more and more carbon. It will be important for scientists to track these releases carefully. READ MORE
T1M Celebrates 10 years With a Rebrand
As TiM looks to the next 10 years and beyond, TiM finds themselves being more focused, more curious to exploring new ideas, more efficient and effective with their process, and most importantly, more agile to adapt to the needs of our clients, partners, and their customers. And today, TiM is proud to share a new TiM brand. It represents not only what they've accomplished the past 10 years, but more importantly, where TiM is going as an agency, and as a partner. GO BEHIND-THE-SCENES AND READ MORE ABOUT THEIR REBRAND
Wallaby Financial's Updated Ambient Alert Feature Now Recommends Card Usage Based on Your Location
Wallaby's App has been updated to make the Ambient Alert feature smarter. Ambient Alerts will know exactly where you are and recommend which card to use at an exact location. This is an update to the iOS version and users need to update their Wallaby app to access the update. READ MORE ABOUT THE AMBIENT ALERT FEATURE