A profile of medical illustrator Birck Cox published to accompany the radio story that aired on ‘The Pulse’ from WHYY 91FM.
Philadelphia’s Academy of Natural Sciences archives hide more than 200,000 bird specimens some of the oldest in the country. Here’s how they get there.
Every Major League baseball put into play for the last 3/4 century has a secret connection to the Delaware River.
Dr. Philip Syng Physick was a pioneering surgeon born during the American Revolution. But some of the instruments and methods he used are frightening by today’s standards.
The horseshoe crab and the red knot are interdependent species – scientists have realized in recent years just how interdependent.
White-nose syndrome is wiping out bat populations across the U.S. – and scientists are racing to find out why.