If you look up this morning and the clouds are cooperating, you just might see a total lunar eclipse.
“Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out” will take visitors on an anatomical safari that provides a unique perspective on animals — ranging from giraffes, to octopuses, to ostriches.
Cultural institutions along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway took a hit in the hundreds of thousands of dollars last weekend as the concert festival put a damper on attendance.
With “Science under the Big Top” well under way, and Cirque Du Soliel’s new show, “Varekai,” coming in September, it made perfect promotional sense for these two entertainment entities to get together.
The Franklin Institute’s adults-only monthly events combine scientific learning and happy hour this summer through 2015.
Exactly forty-five years ago, the attention of the entire world was on three brave men going, as the saying goes, where no man had gone before.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
The Franklin Institute debuted its new wing yesterday. The big draw is the country’s largest exhibit on the human brain.
On a scale of one to ten, these flares shooting off a group of sunspots are around a two. Nothing to panic about.
Monday morning, CBS3 Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl gives viewers an exclusive first TV look at ‘Your Brain’ — a new exhibition at The Franklin Institute.
The book “Deeper Learning” cites 8 schools that are “transforming education,” Including a school in Philly.
Philadelphia has been selected in a national competition as one of seven cities to encourage youth mentorship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (“STEM”).
As part of the Philadelphia Science Festival, the Franklin Institute helped passersby experience “The Thrill of the Luge.”
Watermelon Magic seeks to fascinate children with the life cycle of plants but its methods are likely to fascinate any viewer.
Forty-four Drexel students will attempt to break the record for the largest “Rube Goldberg”-style device.