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Ice Cream Science ’23

2023 Year in Review

This Event is part of Atlanta Science Festival – an annual two-week celebration of local science and technology. Join physicists Daniel Sussman and Michael Czajkowski for an exploration of the physics of disordered solids, and answers to the questions you never knew to ask about ice cream. ​We promise the only brain freeze will come…


Jazz Hands 2023: Zoo Edition

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A 3D SCIENCE COMEDY EVENT March 21, 2023730-930pm, doors 700pmWorld Studio, Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315 We are back! In person! At the Zoo! Again! What could go wrong? Jazz Hands 2023

$10 – $25

GSJ: Advocating for better (beer) laws in the State of Georgia

Georgia Science Junction

Join Amy Sharma, PhD, the Executive Director and Vice President of Science for Georgia as we explain a bill working its way through the state legislator that would benefit our micro-brewery brethren. Join us as we use this bill as an example on how to advocate for change at the state level. We will cover…


Dekalb EJ Forum: Setting an Agenda


A series of forums hosted by Rep Becky Evans, New Life Community Alliance, and Science for Georgia. The main goal of this series of forums is to work toward an agenda where the community is taking action and working together to get funding for needed infrastructure to improve their environment and health. EJ Forum

CST: Why Weld? Sustainable Structures from Scrap

Legislative Scorecard - SB 429

Location: South River Art Studios, 1300 Fleetwood Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30316 Time: 12pm Julia Hill of Sculpture Things will give us an introduction to welding and scrap at South River Art Studios on Sunday January 28th at noon! CST Welding


Bush Mountain Outdoor Activity Center 1442 Richland Rd SW, Atlanta, GA

POSTPONED due to Weather - New Date Soon - Rescheduling with WAWA Food forests are an ancient indigenous technique for stabilizing our sources of food. WAWA has a great location at their Bush Mountain Outdoor Activity Center where they are bringing an old food forest back to life! IvoRi Schley will give us a tour…


GSJ: Augusta

Our first Georgia Science Junction in Augusta! GSJ Augusta


ASF: #SpeakUpForScience


What do we want? Democracy! When do we want it? Now! But how do we get there? Speaking with your legislators is a perfect example of democracy in action. They can only serve community needs if they know what you care about. If science is what you care about, log in for this online session…


ASF: A Scoop of Science

Southface Institute 241 Pine St NE, Atlanta, GA

  A Scoop of Science is SOLD OUT! Thank you for your support! See you on the 16th! We all scream for ice cream! But have you ever really thought about what it is? A liquid? A solid? A glass? Ice cream has more in common with toothpaste, froth, and glass than you might expect.…


ASF: Jazz Hands: Zoo Edition 2024

World Studio, Zoo Atlanta World Studio, Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA

A 3D SCIENCE COMEDY EVENT March 21, 2024 730-930pm, doors 700pm World Studio, Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315   We are back! In person! At the Zoo! Again! What could go wrong? Atlanta Science Festival ticketing opens January 25th! This is a 21+ event. $25 - Adults $15 - Students More…


ASF Exploration Expo

Piedmont Park 10th St NE @ Charles Allen Dr, Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Science Festival’s EXPLORATION EXPO Saturday, March 23, 2024, 10am-5pm at Piedmont Park Join Sci4Ga at Booth D427 in the Discover Zone across from the UPS booth. Atlanta’s biggest interactive science event is FREE and open to adults, families, and children of all ages and interests. No registration is necessary. Control a prosthetic hand with…


Envisioning Wild Hope in Georgia

Manuel's Tavern 602 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA

Embark on an evening of captivating stories and community engagement as we explore the evolution of the Fruitful Community Foundation. Then hear from local visionaries on their ideas for Wild Hope.


Science for Georgia is a 501(c)(3). We work to build a bridge between scientists and the public and advocate for the responsible use of science in public policy.

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