Science comes to life for kids when they get to learn by seeing, hearing, feeling, and experiencing science inside and outside of their classrooms.
In this world, it’s not always what you know, but who you know. Mentoring and networking opportunities are critical for anyone looking to get ahead in science and technology.
Science fairs are a great forum for kids to show off what they’ve learned and to be applauded for their success.
Teachers are at their best when they’re given the support and professional development opportunities they need to keep them at the top of their game.
Philadelphia can be the go-to region for new business formation in science and technology if we bring together the right people.
Gaining knowledge about and access to technology offers people new insights into how to address the problems that plague their communities.
iPRAXIS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in the Science Center, in the heart of Philadelphia’s University City. We sit at the intersection of information technology and the life sciences, commerce and academia – ideally situated to bring the benefits of the knowledge economy to the people most in need.
Our initiatives focus on improving science education for under-served students, increasing the participation of minorities in the business of science, and guaranteeing that scientific breakthroughs benefit everyone.