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NEXT: Biology Will be the Next Tech Revolution

David Staley David Staley NEXT: Biology Will be the Next Tech Revolution

Layla Richards had an incurable form of leukemia, and doctors informed her parents on her first birthday that she would soon be dead. With nothing else to lose, her parents agreed to an aggressive form of gene therapy used previously only on mice. Layla was given a vial of genetically-engineered immune cells that targeted her […]

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Art Makes Columbus: Ty Owen Puts Creativity to Work

Walker Evans Walker Evans Art Makes Columbus: Ty Owen Puts Creativity to Work

Art Makes Columbus. Columbus Makes Art. The Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) is launching a new five-year marketing campaign to highlight the innovation and connectedness in the local arts community. The new program will highlight both individual artists and organizations from a wide variety of visual and performing arts mediums, with a goal of increasing […]

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Human Bodies on Full Display at COSI

Walker Evans Walker Evans Human Bodies on Full Display at COSI

Interested in checking out some dead bodies, but don’t feel like making a trip to the morgue? Well, COSI has you covered. The traveling exhibition “Body Worlds & The Brain” opened at the science center last Wednesday and provides a glimpse into the inner workings of human anatomy like you’ve never seen before (that is, […]

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Philanthropy Friday: COSI

 columbus imPRessions Philanthropy Friday: COSI

“I would like to thank you for funding my fourth grade class’s trip to COSI. I appreciate it and I am grateful because it was educational.” Most people might not realize that COSI is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that supports science education through many initiatives. Unlike many not-for-profit organizations, COSI only receives a small […]

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Equal Parts Beer and Science at New Monthly Event

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Every Third Tuesday of the month at 7pm, a local group of scientists and science-aficionados are gathering in the basement of Hampton’s on King to grab a few drinks and hold casual interactive discussions on a variety of scientific topics. The group is called “The Columbus Science Pub” and they’re looking for new recruits interested […]

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David Chesebrough Discusses the Future of COSI

Walker Evans Walker Evans

It seems like only yesterday, but COSI, the Center of Science and Industry has spent a full decade in their current location on Broad Street in Franklinton. Many people have fond memories of the original location while many more have spent the past ten years making new memories in the new building. More recently, COSI […]

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COSI named #1 Science Center in the Country

Walker Evans Walker Evans

COSI NAMED #1 SCIENCE CENTER IN THE COUNTRY According to PARENTS magazine August 13, 2008 COSI in Columbus was named the #1 Science Center in the country for families according to Parents magazine. Part of Parents� ongoing series of 10-Best articles, the survey in the September issue reveals that about 50 of the nation�s 150-plus […]

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