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21st Century Leaders and Science ATL Launch STEM Leadership Program across Metro Atlanta High Schools

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 21st Century Leaders and Science ATL Launches STEM Leadership Program across Metro Atlanta High Schools Partners with Cox Enterprises ATLANTA (September 8, 2021)– 21st Century Leaders (21CL) and Science ATL, in partnership with Cox Enterprises, have launched a STEM leadership…
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Cultural Hotspots: Science of Roller Skating 

Roller skating has taken Atlanta by storm! From shooting down the Beltline to going in loops at a local roller rink, kids and adults are zipping all over the place on their wheeled feet! Science ATL will dig deep into this cultural phenomenon in the first event of our occasional Cultural Hotspot…
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Join us for the Science of Self-Care

The pandemic has made everyone tired. Many of us are stretched thin caring for families, children, our jobs, etc. It’s time to shift the focus back to ourselves, and not just others. On Thursday, August 26th, join us for a special conversation and online workshop with the Self Care Agency that…
Robot Revival: A Family Book Club Bonanza

Science ATL Launches Robot Revival Book Club

From building robots in Coan Park to going on a scavenger hunt in your home for robot parts, join Science ATL for an exciting summer!   An existence void of robots is certainly a reality of the past, but with Alexa, Roombas, and more, robots are here to stay! Our book selections will immerse…
Atlanta 40

#Atlanta40 Challenge Extended

Exciting news! The #Atlanta40 Challenge has been extended through the end of April. If you didn't complete all 40 micro-conservation activities before the end of the 2021 Atlanta Science Festival, this is your chance to get to know Atlanta's native species AND win awesome prizes! Prizes, you say? Everyone…
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Science ATL and GPB Present "UNLADYLIKE 2020: Women Pioneers in STEM"

The sky’s the limit for womxn in STEM in 2020, but it wasn’t always that way. At 7pm on Wednesday, December 16th, Science ATL and Georgia Public Broadcasting will screen three short films from the Unladylike 2020 series, highlighting pioneers in STEM that paved the way for today’s womxn scientists…

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