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How to jumpstart innovation // Arts & tech collide [EVENTS]

This week, learn about innovation, arts and technology and local startup successes directly from experts on these topics.

Photo: Drexel's ExCITe Center. Learn about the center's mission this Wednesday at Quorum with director Youngmoo Kim.

Spring is officially here this week, or so the calendar says. We’ll believe it when baseball season starts. Here are our event picks to welcome the season.

This week: Learn about innovation, arts and technology and local startup successes directly from experts on these topics.

Exploring the Nexus of Technology and the Arts: Hear from Drexel professor Youngmoo Kim about Drexel’s new-ish ExCITe Center, which he leads, and its arts and technology-focused mission. Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Quorum at the University City Science Center, 3711 Market St., 8th floor. University City. RSVP. Free.

Become an Innovation Sherpa with your Startup Team: by Dr. Joseph Nadan: The NYU Polytechnic Institute professor who worked on products like eZpass, CDROM and 16:9 HDTV is coming to the Science Center next week. Find our preview piece hereTuesday, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Quorum at the University City Science Center, 3711 Market St., 8th floor. University City. RSVP. Free.

From Start-Up to Success: Inaugural Edition: Tech in Motion is launching a new series of events that will feature cofounders talking about their success stories. The inaugural event features founders and management from AWeber, A View from My Seat, Chaikin Analytics and SUMO Heavy IndustriesThursday, 6:00 p.m. Two Liberty Place 50 South 16th Street, 3rd Floor. Center City. RSVP. Free.

Companies: AWeber / Chaikin Stock Research / Drexel University / ExCITe Center / SUMO Heavy Industries / University City Science Center

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