Philadelphia Science Festival
Even the Phillies are getting in on the fun, there will be a Science Day at the Ballpark.
In honor of the Philadelphia Science Festival, Pat and Ukee learned about the science behind ice cream.
Hadas finds a new restaurant near Graduate Hospital, a hotel planting a rooftop herb garden, and a food-and-drink link to the Philadelphia Science Festival.
Liz Kelley spoke to Ukee about the science behind air and movement in honor of the Philadelphia Science Festival.
The Philadelphia Science Festival hits the city on April 20th and runs until April 29th.
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.
As part of Science Day at the Ballpark, a robot designed by a team at Penn threw out the first pitch. But things did not go quite as planned.
The Philadelphia Science Festival officially kicks off tonight with the official naming of its specially brewed Belgian ale. A huge carnival on the Parkway Saturday and events, mostly free, celebrating science for the next 14 days.
The Big Jump, as it’s called, kicks off the Philadelphia Science Festival. Kids at schools citywide will be jumping up and down between 11:00 and 11:01 tomorrow morning, to see if they can move the seismic needle on computer vibration sensors at their schools.
A new exhibit for the upcoming Philadelphia Science Festival combines the beauty of both art and science.
Yards Brewing Company is brewing a special beer for the Philadelphia Science Festival. It still needs a name and you can vote for one online.
“Flavor tripping” and the science of chocolate are among the topics of a series of science cafes during the festival.
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