Nine-Day Cambridge Science Festival Showcases City’s Tech Prowess

The Cambridge Innovation Center and quite a few companies will be holding open houses this Thursday in Kendall Square, Cambridge–as part of the nine-day Cambridge Science Festival.

Billed on its Web site as “the first of its kind in the nation,”  the annual Festival opened on Saturday, April 24, to showcase  Cambridge as an internationally recognized leader in science, technology, engineering and math.  A multifaceted, multicultural event held every spring, the Cambridge Science Festival makes science accessible, interactive and fun.

A myriad of events–ranging from talks and panel discussions to demonstrations, luncheons, museum exhibits, elementary school science fairs  and company open houses–are listed at the  Festival’s Schedule of Events.

I expect to be at the Cambridge Innovotion Center open house at 1 Broadway  on Thursday evening–as will my client, InVivo Therapeutics, and   Vitality, Seeding Labs, Acorn Product Development,   HubSpot and other companies.   The Venture Cafe, on the 11th floor,  will be open to the public  from 6-9 pm.

Also on Thursday evening, Microsoft’s NERD Center, Google, VMware, and the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab will hold open houses.  
The Festival is sponsored  by MIT, Pfizer, and the city of Cambridge.
–Anita M. Harris
New Cambridge Observer is published by the Harris Communications Group of Cambridge, MA. We also publish HarrisCom Blog and Ithaca Diaries Blog. 


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  1. April 30, 2010 at 4:17 am

    Nine-Day Cambridge Science Festival Showcases City’s Tech Prowess

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