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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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Gifts for Science Lovers

Whether you need a gift for the science enthusiast in your life, or just want to treat yourself to the gift of knowledge, Atlanta's Lead Explorer (ALEX) has you covered. Check out ALEX’s favorite gifts for science lovers, including books, magazines, and games. For even more gift inspiration, shop…

Hispanic Heritage Month: CSOs on the GO!

To increase the STEM awareness within our community this fall, two South Cobb High School students created the CSOs on the GO! YouTube channel with interviews of Latinx STEM professionals about their careers. Aishat and Vivian are participants in Science ATL's Chief Science Officer program, which empowers…
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Science ATL Launches Virtual Race Through Space App

Annual race goes virtual, taking runners and walkers on an intergalactic journey Science ATL, an Atlanta-based nonprofit working to bring people together through the wonder of science, is taking its annual road race straight to the stars. Race Through Space – Galaxy Edition, sponsored by Randstad…
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Vote for Science, Y'all!

It's time to have your voice heard. Speak up for science, y'all! Every year at the Atlanta Science Festival Exploration Expo, we offer resources and information on science issues at the state and national level. With the election a little over a month away, we wanted to offer some of those…
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Art + Science Collide: Horizon Theatre’s Completeness

What happens when the brain and heart collide? Two grad students might have the answer, if they can look up from their research long enough to find out. At 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 25-26 and Oct. 2-3, Horizon Theatre will premiere a Horizon at Home virtual production of Completeness by Tony-award-winning playwright…

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