Asteroid With Power Of 10 Billion Atomic Bombs Set Off Fires, Earthquakes And Tsunamis Day Dinosaurs Became Extinct, Researchers SayThe research team made the discoveries using rocks found off the Yucatan Peninsula.
Franklin Institute Extending Marvel Exhibit Due To Overwhelming PopularityThe summer exhibit, which opened in April, was initially set to run until Sept. 2.
Chester County's Balloon Festival Has A Special Tie To PhiladelphiaThe very first hot air balloon flight in America happened in Philadelphia.
The Science Behind What Helps Hot Air Balloons FlyWith the help of science, the hot air balloon has been carrying riders skyward, even before the Wright Brothers.
'Marvel: Universe Of Super Heroes' Opens At The Franklin InstituteThe exhibit will be open until Sept. 2.
'These Charges Were Made For Art Thieves': Mistrial Declared For Man Who Broke $4.5 Million Thumb Off Statue At Franklin InstituteThe vandalism outraged Chinese officials.
Captain Marvel's Suit Arrives At Franklin Institute For Upcoming Marvel ExhibitIt's part of the museum's new Marvel exhibit, which will open to the public next Saturday.
Why You Should Look Up At The Sky In AugustLet the stars and planets be your guide throughout August. Gaze at four visible planets and the year's best meteor shower this month!
Game Masters Exhibition Opens At The Franklin InstituteThe Franklin Institute’s brand new exhibit takes gaming to a whole new level.
Evolution Of Video Games Focus Of New Exhibit At Franklin InstituteGame Masters runs from Saturday, March 31 through Labor Day.
Franklin Institute Welcomes Back One Of Its Oldest ExhibitsMade here in Philadelphia, the Budd BB-1 Pioneer aircraft has been a fixture outside the Franklin Institute since 1935.
Franklin Institute Astronomer: Animals Could Get 'Confused' During Solar EclipseThe total solar eclipse will happen Monday, Aug. 21.
Franklin Institute Add City's Most Hi-Tech Escape Room GamesTwo new hi-tech escape room games are now at the Franklin Institute that have participants utilizing skills essential to the science fields.
Thousands March Through Philadelphia Showing Support For The SciencesThe event, which took place in more than 600 cities around the globe, was billed as a "political, but nonpartisan" protest.
'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.