Tag: Biology

Events

Speaker Series: Author David Haskell

Best-selling author, David Haskell, will talk about "Trees, People, and Cities: Ancient and Modern Connections". This is an in-person event at Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center. The wellbeing of trees and people are deeply connected. David Haskell has studied these links in cities and forests around the…

Amphibian Decline and the Importance of Habitat Restoration

Learn about amphibian declines and what the expectations are for amphibians in our future. Mark Mandica, Founder and Executive Director of the Amphibian Foundation will share the organization's history, mission and conservation efforts especially with endangered amphibian species in the Southeast. More…

Science Cafe: Kendal Jackson

Discussion Title: Invisible Things Forgotten: A Multi-Proxy Study of Wetland Plant Use at an Ancient Native American Village on the Gulf Coast of Florida Kendal is an archaeologist specializing in the study of historical and ancient environments. He works in research and compliance settings, integrating…

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. Join Science ATL for a self-care virtual workshop. The event will begin with a guided meditation session, followed…

6th Annual Urban Bioblitz

Please join our 6th Annual Urban BioBlitz, we are very excited that we are able to host the event in our own urban backyard! West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA) is inviting all of our partners, naturalists, scientists, professors, and any other individuals who may be interested identifying living…

STEAM Ahead: Strawberry DNA

We’re all made up of DNA but have you ever seen it? We’re going to extract the DNA of a strawberry to learn about DNA!

Global Climate Action Symposium

The third-annual Global Climate Action Symposium brings together local and global experts to showcase climate change solutions. Take action with scientists, engineers, business and policy experts, student leaders, and artists. Jointly sponsored by Georgia Tech and 6 European consulates during European…

Backyard Science: Log Ecology

BACKYARD SCIENCE: Log Ecology - Tuesday, September 14 Tuesdays, September 14-December 14 (no class Oct 12, Nov 23; 12 weeks) 9:30am-10:45am Ages 6-8 Kids learn the about biotic and abiotic factors in the environment and make scientific observations about what they see, hear and feel while dissecting…

Project Safe Flight Georgia: Why Birds Collide with Buildings and How You Can Help Us This Fall

Did you know that collisions with buildings and other structures pose a serious threat to birds, claiming the lives of 365 million to 1 billion individuals annually? That is the third leading cause of bird death in the United States! To better understand this across the state, we at Georgia Audubon created…

Online Girl Scout Workshop: Shark Science (All Girl Scouts)

Girls explore the biology and anatomy of sharks as they investigate shark tooth shapes, learn about dermal denticles that cover their skin, and watch as we teach the anatomy of a real, preserved spiny dogfish shark. Registration includes a Marine Biology Fun Patch and shark tooth necklace materials.…