7 posts categorized "Philadelphia Science Festival"


West Philly Local: Philadelphia Science Festival events in West Philly

Read more: http://www.westphillylocal.com/2016/04/21/philadelphia-science-festival-events-in-west-philly/

Saturday, April 23

Clark Park Science Discovery Day

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Join West Philly-based scientists, engineers, and students for a jam-packed day of exciting, hands-on activities that everyone can enjoy (and understand)! Watch robots dance, learn about your brain, and launch a rocket…right in West Philadelphia! Where: Clark Park at 43rd and Chester.

Sunday, April 24

What’s in a Beer? From Grain to Glass at the USciences’ Brewing Lab

12 – 2 p.m.

Join brewing scientists at the University of the Sciences for a discussion and sampling of the brewing process. Evaluate raw ingredients and tour the Pilot Brewing Laboratory as an experimental beer is brewed. (Participants must be 21 or older.)Where: University of the Sciences McNeil Science and Technology Center, 45th and Woodland.


Philly.com: Cool science: Philadelphia Science Festival returns

Science moves beyond the classroom and into the city for real-life applications, parties and activities for the Philadelphia Science Festival. *USciences is not mentioned in this article but is a sponsor of the Festival and will participate in the Science Carnival on the Parkway on May 2.

Read: Cool science: Philadelphia Science Festival returns:


Get your science on: Stargazing at USP

On April 26, WestPhillyLocal.com told readers to head to the USciences campus for an evening of guided, on-campus stargazing that was part of the Philadelphia Science Festival.

Read more: http://www.westphillylocal.com/2013/04/26/get-your-science-on-stargazing-tat-woodlands-usp-and-science-festival-at-clark-park/


This weekend at Citizens Bank Park

This weekend at Citizens Bank Park - (April 27-30): Terrace Level: All About Achilles - Learn all about the Achilles tendon, including how to prevent injury from the University of the Sciences.


Inquirer: Making science fun on the parkway

Deedra Fu, Sawn Wang, sister Cathy Wang, and Kenny Boggess, play Periodic Twister at a University of the Sciences exhibit as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival.

See photo: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/20120421_Making_science_fun_on_the_parkway.html?viewGallery=y


Fox 29: Students Promote Science Festival

Chemistry students were up early at the Franklin Institute on March 19, 2012, to help promote the Philadelphia Science Festival live on Fox 29.

Watch: http://www.iqmediacorp.com/ClipPlayer/default.aspx?ClipID=b06b998e-8983-4350-a979-92fc0195b63c&TE=Mz9Or3TpGUSrZ20de3DeH1g01K3JEsEs&PN=bt9sZFac%2bKA%3d

Watch: http://www.iqmediacorp.com/ClipPlayer/default.aspx?ClipID=e8082dc4-449f-4ed6-bf80-8d54592c4dad&TE=Mz9Or3TpGUSrZ20de3DeH1g01K3JEsEs&PN=bt9sZFac%2bKA%3d


Philadelphia Announces Dates for 2012 Science Festival: 10 Days of Interactive, Hands-On Events that Explore the Science of Everyday Life

10 Days of Interactive, Hands-On Events that Explore the Science of Everyday Life: USciences is again a major sponsor of the event.

Read more: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/philadelphia-announces-dates-for-2012-science-festival-10-days-of-interactive-hands-on-events-that-explore-the-science-of-everyday-life-2012-01-10