'Jurassic World' Comes Alive At Philadelphia ExhibitDinosaurs in museums tend to be of the fossilized variety, but a new exhibit in Philadelphia is bringing the creatures and their world to life.
New Virtual Reality Exhibit At Franklin InstituteGood news: the exhibit is included with regular admission.
Is NASA Changing Your Astrological Sign?If you're an astrology fan, you may have heard that NASA was changing the Zodiac signs. But there's no need for an identity crisis. Your horoscope will stay the same.
Jurassic World Comes To The Franklin InstituteIt's another feather in the tourism cap for Philadelphia.
Kids Beat The Heat By Going Out Of This World At Franklin InstituteKids couldn't take their eyes off of NASA Astronaut Christina Koch, as she spoke about reaching for the stars.
Franklin Institute Hosts 'Science After Hours'Sparklers, hydrogen balloons, liquid nitrogen, and soap are just a few of the tools used during the Science After Hours program at the Franklin Institute.
Students Have Fun Learning About STEM At Franklin Institute40 students from an elementary school in the Kingsessing neighborhood of Philadelphia were treated to a day at the Franklin Institute Science Museum thanks to the National Marketing Society in town for their annual conference.
Local Students Rewarded With STEM Educational Tour Through CaliforniaInspired by its current exhibition "The Science Behind Pixar"-- The Franklin Institute has partnered with T-E Connectivity to send three local students on a STEM education tour in California.
Summer Learning Program Encourages Students To Explore Wonders Of ScienceScience in the Summer is a free, enrichment program for elementary students. It has more than 150,000 alumni to date.
Franklin Institute Charged In Disability Discrimination CaseThe disabilities community is celebrating a court victory that could have a wide-ranging impact, by improving access to movies, sports, arenas, and museums.
Judge Rules Franklin Institute Violated Rights Of Disabled GuestsA federal judge says the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia violated the rights of severely disabled guests by forcing them to pay two entrance fees — one for them and another for their caretakers.
The Planet Mercury Orbits The Earth And Sun TodayFranklin Institute chief astronomer Derrick Pitts says first, you must have a telescope with at least 50 power magnification. More importantly, an appropriate filter is required for the front of the telescope to protect your eyes.

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