Star-gazing will take on a different meaning at the Franklin Institute Tuesday evening when President Obama visits for a fundraiser.
Dr. Harry Augensen, professor of physics and astronomy at Widener University, says scientists have been interested in transits of Venus for centuries.
This week’s announcement from Jay-Z and the mayor that there will be a concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway during Labor Day weekend has some people who have weddings planned at or near the event site worried.
Bird-watchers keeping tabs on the nest of Red-tailed Hawks at the Franklin Institute have reason to rejoice: The mother hawk has allowed an unattached male to bring food to her babies.
“The show doesn’t officially open until Saturday, but the conservators who work on the scrolls are known for their meticulous care,” one curator said.
When you look up into the sky tonight, you might see a lot more moon than you’re used to. An area expert calls it an optical illusion.
A man was seriously injured after the car he was driving exploded today near the entrance to the Atlantic City Expressway.
The Franklin Institute hosts a new exhibit that takes a glimpse back into how people lived during Biblical times. It opens May 12th.
One of the Red-tailed Hawks nesting at the Franklin Institute has gone missing.
Nine individuals that are pioneers in their fields will be honored on Thursday night for their discoveries and achievements in science, technology and business during the annual Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony.
There’s a trio of babies in the Red-tailed Hawk nest at the Franklin Institute. The last egg hatched Monday morning.
Chris recounts his experience at the Mitt Romney/Tea Party event last night at the Franklin Institute. He details Newt Gingrich’s visit to the St. Louis Zoo and the end of Blue Dog Democrats. He also talks to Secretary of the Commonwealth, Carol Aichele, about the new Voter ID Law.
A groundbreaking was held on Thursday for a new $65-million project at the Franklin Institute.
Uncover “The Science of Beer” at the Phillies’ ballpark, or meet a street-corner astronomer for an exciting peek at the sky during this ten-day event.
“This is the first time anywhere in the world outside of Egypt that any part of this dinosaur has been displayed in public,” Drexel paleontologist Ken Lacovara said.
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