Shielding those in harm’s way
Four Penn alums put their startups on hold to 3D-print face shields for Covid-19 frontline workers in Philly, and beyond
Philly Biotech Is On It
Will Center City’s Biomeme, and other local medical research facilities, be part of the national solution to the coronavirus?
The Citizen Recommends: Map the Vote
At least 40,000 eligible Philadelphians are not even registered to vote. You can help change that with a new app
How Yasmine Mustafa Got Her Groove Back
The local entrepreneur has found a niche that’s poised to change lives and—finally—turn a profit
Is the fix for our trash woes…tech?
The City issued its first, tentative, call for smart tech solutions under its Smart City Road Map. Will Philly be as bold as other cities?
The Cure For Fake News?
A trustworthy media is key to a healthy democracy. That’s why, instead of wringing his hands over the death of facts, entrepreneurial journalist Steven Brill just might have a solution.
Texting To The Rescue
A team at Penn Medicine may have found a way to save hundreds of new moms’ lives with a simple—but incredibly effective—tool
Business for Good: Dorothy
A Penn alum’s startup helps regular folks predict flooding—something climate change will make more necessary than ever