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Science ATL Youth Leadership Conference 2023

The 2023-2024 School and Youth Programs Leadership Conference

By Emi Lundberg On September 23rd, 2023, two of Science ATL’s major STEM education programs, the Chief Science Officers and the STEM Professional School Partnership, met at the Michelle Obama STEM Elementary Academy for a day of workshops, collaboration, and STEM transformations. The Chief…

Celebrating Our 2023 School & Youth Program Graduates, Projects, and Program Partners

Science ATL’s School and Youth Programs department is proud to celebrate the following graduating seniors from the Georgia Chief Science Officer’s Program. Barbara Simmons, ME Stilwell School of the Arts, Clayton County Chanel Dang, Forest Park High School, Clayton County Christy…

Rock, Paper, Scissors, Science!

Science ATL is honored, grateful, (and surprised!) to receive a $50,000 donation from the Kimley-Horn Foundation. This incredible gift came to us because Thomas Glueckert, a civil engineer at Kimley-Horn and an Atlanta Science Festival volunteer, entered his company's charity Rock, Paper, Scissors…
Actors performing in the play: The Mold That Changed the World

Atlanta Scientists Sing About the Magic of Mold and Fleming’s Fears for the Future ‘The Mold That Changed the World’ Comes to Atlanta Starting November 1

Take a look at leftovers left out for too long and you might also see a bit of multicellular magic known as mold. Modern medicine as we know it is due in large part to the discovery of penicillin mold by Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming, who first noticed the fungus growing on a plate of staphylococcus…
Atlanta is... A Science City

Atlanta is a Science City

“As marvelous as the stars is the mind of the person who studies them.” — Martin Luther King, Jr. Atlanta is a city of curiosity and wonder, of inquiry and innovation, of biomedical miracles and engineered marvels. We study the stars and analyze the inner architecture of the elements. We…
A glimpse of the Atlanta Science Festival with lots of people there to enjoy the festival.

Science ATL and Emory University Extend Partnership for Five Years

Emory’s Sponsorship Will Help Expand Nonprofit’s Community Engagement, Public Events Science ATL announced today it will continue its longstanding partnership with Emory University through 2027. Together, the two organizations will work to enhance public engagement with science and broaden access…

Founded by: Emory University Georgia Institute of Technology Metro Atlanta Chamber

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