In case you missed our Twitter Chat with Emory Healthcare physicians, Dr. Scott Boden and Dr. Amadeus Mason, check out the conversation on the science behind sports medicine here.
#ATLSciChat with @Emory Healthcare
If you weren't able to join in on the chat, don't sweat it! Explore the links and questions below to learn more about the science of video game performance.
#ATLSciChat on Video Game Performance with KontrolFreek
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If you have been following the news lately, it seems like climate change is a hot topic. We wanted to know more about what scientists are saying about the earth's evolving climate, so we went straight to a leading expert in the field, Dr. Marshall Shepherd, at our Twitter chat last month.
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The Atlanta Science Festival is proud to introduce a new series, the #ATLSciChat. In the coming months, we will be hosting live Twitter chats discussing a multitude of STEM-related topics. It is our hope to engage the public in this endeavor, making science relevant in our everyday lives through social…
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