To improve communication among scientists and the public, increase public engagement with science, and advocate for the responsible use of science in public policy.
Supporting events, people, and causes that champion building a bridge between science and the public.
Events to build the Georgia Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Community.
Volunteers to organize and energize the community.
Common understanding For many of us, theory and hypothesis mean the same thing: a “guess” at how or why something is the way it is. Once it is confirmed, it stops becoming a “theory / hypothesis”, and becomes “fact”. For…..Read more
Science for Georgia was created in the wake of the March for Science movement to spread curiosity and a love of science to everyone throughout this beautiful state. We at Science for Georgia want to evolve and encourage responsible use…..Read more
By Claire Jarvis, PhD Claire Jarvis is a science writer based in Atlanta, GA. You can follow Claire on LinkedIn and on Twitter @StAndrewsLynx If you were asked, “What cool science takes place in Georgia?” you might need time to think about…..Read more
The sixth Interstellar Symposium is Nov 10-15 in Wichita, KS. Scholarships are available. Apply here. The purpose of TVIW is to facilitate interstellar research and exploration by hosting regular summit meetings, encouraging educational advances, publishing technical and scientific papers, and…..Read more
July 13, Noon. Rose Circle Park July’s ST&T will focus on “Birding: aka Dinosaur Hunting” hosted by Jason Ward . Jason Ward is a birder, writer, and Outreach Coordinator for the National Audubon Society. Born and raised in The Bronx, NYC,…..Read more
Science for Georgia works to build a bridge between scientists and the public and to advocate for the responsible use of science in public policy. We are a 501(c)(3)