1:00 – EVs will rally at Georgia Power HQ, 241 Ralph McGill Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
2:30 – Caravan will proceed to Serenbe. 10960 Hutcheson Ferry Rd, Chattahoochee Hills, GA 30268
3:00-6:00 – Enjoy Ray Day!
The Ray and it’s partners invite you to Georgia’s Second Annual EV Caravan.…
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The Ray C. Anderson Foundation invites you and your family to be our guests at the 7th Annual RayDay on Sunday, October 20, 2019 from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on the field adjacent to The Inn at Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills.
Food, Beverages, Entertainment and Eco-Education provided.
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This mixer will be a place where Scientists, Technologist, Engineers, Mathematicians, and friends can mix, mingle, network, and discuss S&T related issues.
Partner organizations will be there to provide information on how you can join them in their specific efforts.
Join BWISE for a lively discussion with Alicia Butler Pierre, CEO of Equilibria about ethics in business, and welcome the inaugural AfroBiotech conference to the city.
Alicia is a chemical engineer by training and her firm, Equilibria, provides business infrastructure for fast-growing companies serious…
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Join us as we investigate what it’s like to be a scientist. Enjoy opportunities to talk one-on-one with scientists and community volunteers, learn more about sciences through hands-on activities and more.
Cost: Included with museum admission. Members FREE!
Practice tree identification in the field, learn ways to best manage forest resources, hear from a local forester about careers in forestry (subject to volunteer availability), hike along DNC’s trails to identify tree hazards, and more.
Can Nanotechnology be engineered to give humans superpowers, cure diseases, or achieve immortality? Will it live up to the hype of science-fiction film and literature?
Join Georgia Tech faculty and staff at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for this free, public program to discuss these…
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Join A Capella book club to discuss The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable by Amitav Gosh on November 13th at Manuel's Tavern. Don’t forget to mention that you are a member of the book club to receive a 10% discount!
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