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A new study examined local attitudes about automation and artificial intelligence in the workplace. Clearly no one in this town has seen “The Terminator.”
New Gene Therapies Might Never Reach the Minority Communities That Need Them
Researchers are making incredible advances in medicine and science, but an age-old struggle with distributive justice may prevent treatments from reaching the patients who need them most.
Spark Therapeutics Head Says Life Sciences Has Come a Long Way on Diversity. But…
Katherine High recalls the days when men regularly questioned a woman’s right to be a doctor. Though those times are mostly behind us, there’s plenty of room for women to step up and lead, the leader says.
Why the Country’s Top Biotech Companies Are Flocking to Philadelphia
While talent and the opportunity for collaboration are two major motivators, the fact that history is being made in the region may be the biggest motivator of them all.
From America’s Got Talent to YA Novelist: Doogie Horner Has a New Book Out
The comedian explains how being bullied in high school (no, it wasn’t because of his silly name) turned him into a great telemarketer and comedian.
These Philly Podcasters Just Launched an Event Series for Ambitious Women
Collective Strength, created by Sara Wachter-Boettcher and Katel LeDû, starts June 5th.
Philly Has an Employee Burnout Problem. Here’s How To Beat It.
Learn the symptoms of job burnout — and how to treat them — from three Philly specialists.
Q&A: BIO CEO Jim Greenwood on Philadelphia’s Biotech Future
The leader will bring his 17,000-person global convention to Philadelphia next week.
Introducing NextHealth PHL: The News Hub for Philly’s Booming Life Sciences Scene
Phillymag.com’s newest vertical has you covered on all things innovative and exciting in local biotech, pharmaceuticals and beyond.
15 Philadelphia-Area Companies Make Fortune 500 for 2019
One local company jumped nearly 60 spots in rank, while another joined the top ten for the first time.
I Am Fed Up With All-Male Panels. Here’s How We Change Them.
Studies show that “manels” are still the norm at conferences. It’s time women got equal billing.
The Best Career Advice This Philly Accounting Exec Has Ever Received
EisnerAmper’s Lori Reiner on her new leadership role (and spin obsession).
This Startup Finds Flights From PHL for Up to 90 Percent Off. But There’s a Catch.
George Zeng’s Moonfish website is like roulette-wheel travel: You pick from a limited set of destinations, and when you land there is up to chance.
9 Philly Podcasts to Listen to Right Now
Here are some new local shows about food, sexuality, the Eagles, homelessness in Philly, and more.
I Love My Job: Rad Girls Founder Leah Kauffman
The local connector talks about building the popular platform that celebrates the city’s coolest and boldest women.
The Case for Why Millennial Women Should Definitely Job-Hop
There are strong arguments for and against the debated practice, but for millennial women, job-hopping should be a no-brainer.