Philadelphia Science Fest Returns To Inspire And Excite MindsMost of the events during the festival will be free, but there will be events that require tickets.
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.
Stargazers Get In Their Element Throughout The RegionThe weather conditions were ideal for the Philadelphia Science Festival's Astronomy Night Saturday night.
Science Festival Urges Philly To Get Its Nerd OnTickets are now available for the dozens of free and paid events that make up the nine-day Philadelphia Science Festival.
The 2015 Philadelphia Science FestivalThe Philadelphia Science Festival runs from April 24th – May 2nd, 2015.
Science Is A 24/7 Pursuit In University CityApple. Google. Microsoft. Each has roots in a garage: the stuff of legend for innovators from which University City Science Center is drawing inspiration.
Guide To The 2015 Philadelphia Science FestivalGive your inner mad scientist free reign at the 5th annual Philadelphia Science Festival, kicking off on Friday, April 24th.
Hear Philly: Philadelphia Science Festival Celebrates Five YearsFor nine days, beginning April 24, budding scientists of all ages will have the chance to discover the science happening across the region at The Franklin Institute's fifth annual Philadelphia Science Festival.
With a Bang, Philadelphia Gears Up For Annual Science FestivalWith a countdown of "3-2-1...," soapsuds exploded from a container, covering those gathered on the steps of the Franklin Institute.
Hear Philly: Mixing Science And Cocktails At The Franklin InstituteThe Franklin Institute's adults-only monthly events combine scientific learning and happy hour this summer through 2015.
Zoom! Street Luge Gets a Workout in Center City Philadelphia As part of the Philadelphia Science Festival, the Franklin Institute helped passersby experience "The Thrill of the Luge."
Drexel University's Wacky Science Machine Fails To Achieve World RecordMore than 40 students of Prof. Adam Fontecchio have been working since December on an elaborate Rube Goldberg-type contraption to open the Philadelphia Science Festival.