March 14 - 25, 2017

Recent Blog Posts

Calling all outdoor lovers and tree-huggers! #ATLSciFest 2017 is jam packed with events related to environmental science. Learn about climate change, urban ecology, the history of Stone Mountain and much more.

Posted on Feb 17, 2017

Does the thought of the expansive cosmos give you goosebumps? Could you spend hours watching clips of Neil deGrasse Tyson talking about the stars? If you’re into space and want to learn more, the 2017 Atlanta Science Festival has you covered.

Posted on Feb 10, 2017

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.

Dr. Shepherd is the Director of University of Georgia's Atmospheric Sciences Program and currently hosts the only nationally-televised Sunday Talk Show focused on science, The Weather Channel's Weather Geeks. He is also a former NASA Scientist, and was a 2004 PECASE award recipient at the White House. Explore the links and questions below to learn more about climate change.

Posted on Feb 09, 2017

You can’t wander far in Atlanta without seeing the bright, colorful work of The Neon Company. From The Vortex’s iconic skull logo, to the Majestic Diner’s massive outdoor signage, to the hundreds of custom pieces for TV shows and movie sets around the city, the team at The Neon Company specializes in creating neon signs that satisfy the visions of their customers. What most people don’t realize is that each piece created is a result of rare artistic craftsmanship and calculated science.

Posted on Jan 11, 2017

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 endevaor, making science relevant in our everyday lives though social media. Continue reading about our first Twitter chat with the CDC Flu Division.

Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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