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Our client, the Science Museum of Virginia,has a free weekly "Lunch Break Science" presentation series that covers a spectrum of topics that affect or daily lifes in relation to science while you eat your bagged lunch. V4 Development was able to attend Anne Wright's presentation titled, "Biodiversity in James River Park System." Anne Wright is the Director of VCU's Life Sciences Outreach program and she showcased candid videos taken of wildlife by the James River.
To learn more about Anne's project, visit JamesRiverPark.com
About Science in the Park:
Science in the Park provides science-focu...
V4 Development was proud to collaborate with VCPEA (The Virginia Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse) to launch the new VCPEA brand and updated website.
To view the latest website and learn more about VCPEA's mission, please visit http://www.VCPEA.org
VCPEA's Mission Statement
VCPEA is a Coalition of individuals and organizations working cooperatively through public awareness, advocacy, and education to assure older Virginians a life free of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Since 1993, VCPEA has been a leader in promoting awareness, training, and advocacy on behalf of Virginia's ab...
Teams from Lynchburg College; Virginia Commonwealth University; and James Madison University Awarded
Richmond, VA – A diverse group of multidisciplinary college students from across the Commonwealth gathered to address the often overlooked issue of caregiver health and wellness at the 2017 “Caring for the Caregiver Intercollegiate Hack” hosted by VirginiaNavigator’s Lindsay Institute for Innovations in Caregiving.
According to a National Alliance for Caregiving Study, there are over 65 million family caregivers in the U.S. providing an average of 20-41 hours per week of care to their loved one...
V4 Development recently redesigned and launched artist John Barber’s website.
V4 Development was pleased to attend the CONNECT Conference held in Tampa, Florida on May 2 - 4, 2017.
The V4 Development team is proud to announce the launch of VeteransNavigator.org, an online resource for Virginia’s veterans, families and caregivers. To read more about VeteransNavigator.org and it's family of websites, here is a [feature story](http://www.richmond.com/news/article_02842ee2-f2e3-5aef-8e65-fae63553a806.html) in the Richmond Times Dispatch.
V4 Development developed the Science Museum of Virginia’s “The Muse” using native iOS and Android languages and incorporating Google App Engine, Compute Engine, and other cloud based technologies offered by Google to provide an auto scaling and reliable API for the mobile app to utilize. The Science Museum of Virginia launched the mobile application “The Muse” in May 2016.
V4 Development acted as a silver sponsor for the Lindsay Institute’s second Caring for the Caregiver Hack.