Academy of Natural Sciences
Two groups of students, from Philadelphia and Mongolia, have been working online together to study the effects of global warming. And now, five teens from Mongolia are visiting Philadelphia until the end of this month.
According to the Academy, the Lexias pardalis butterfly has a condition called “bilateral gynandromorphy,” and it’s most commonly noticed in birds and insects because males and females often have different color patterns.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
The “Chocolate” exhibit runs through January 24th, 2015, at the Academy of Natural Sciences.
There’s a lot happening in Philadelphia this week, in the days leading up to and following the Fourth of July.
The weather is heating up and so is the fun at The Porch at 30th Street Station. Dan Majka has the scoop on what’s hot… and cool in June.
A new exhibit at the Academy of Natural Sciences takes you on a journey to the rainforest of New Guinea and the land of the exotic “birds of paradise.”
Currently in its third year of programming, The Porch at 30th Street offers great food, fitness and lots of free fun.
An international orchid show has transformed the Academy of Natural Sciences on the Ben Franklin Parkway this weekend.
This is a watershed moment — for the 13,500-square-mile Delaware River watershed, that is.
The Academy of Natural Sciences has launched an effort to make museum visits more welcoming to children with autism.
It’s a celebration of dinosaurs. Paleopalooza is taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
Insects we share the planet with have adapted to the cold temps we’ve been seeing lately.
The Academy of Natural Sciences holds its second annual museum fundraiser this Saturday, which they call “Cuisine from the Collections.”
They’re not your old animatronics from ten years ago,” says Jennifer Sontchi, exhibit director at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. “They look like real animals.”