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Explain it. Explore it. Expand it.

We're glad you're here. You've come to the place where you can share your insight, connect with peers and engage with inquiring minds. We'll show you how. Let's get started.

Can you help change the stats?


of American adults believe that genetically modified foods are safe


of American adults believe it’s safe to consume food grown with pesticides


of Americans believe that climate change is caused by human activity

Your Guide for Getting Involved

Science for Georgia provides avenues and road-maps to engage scientists with the community. Now more than ever, we need information resources that the public can trust—and understand. An informed community is an empowered community, one that can influence public policy in supporting the rights of all people, especially those marginalized in our society.



Do you have trouble with engaging your audience? We can provide you with the tools and techniques that can help you communicate more effectively. We will show you how to share your information in a way that educates, resonates and motivates your audience.



Looking for opportunities to connect with fellow scientists or the public? Science for Georgia can connect you with opportunities to speak about the subjects you’re both knowledgeable and passionate about to an audience that wants to receive this information without biases or beliefs.



Frustrated with the pervasiveness of misinformation? Here’s your vehicle for disseminating facts and evidence-based information. We can publish your blogs and articles here where they’re easily searchable and accessible.



We hope you will support Science for Georgia in this mission as an expression of your shared values. Help us provide a place for the
public and policymakers to ask questions and receive trustworthy, non-condescending, straightforward answers.

Our Partners:

Protecting Amphibians and their Habitat. The Amphibian Foundation is dedicated to connecting individuals, communities & organizations in order to create & implement lasting solutions to the global amphibian extinction crisis.
graduate student group at Emory University that advocates for biomedical research funding and science-based policy making. EScAN also provides a forum for graduate students interested in gaining the skills needed to prepare them for a career in the science policy field.
Fostering civic responsibility and engagement from the Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS) community at Emory through outreach activities with the hope of developing a deeper connection within the Atlanta community.
Since 2014, Community Guilds has focused on delivering an innovative, gap-closing approach to education through its mobile makerspace, STE(A)M Truck. STE(A)M Truck provides programming critical to building non-cognitive skills and igniting excitement about learning and pathways to career and college, using experiential learning anchored in STE(A)M concepts. STE(A)M Truck also strikes a chord with educators, who become inspired themselves by the programming and the impact on their students, and leave better-equipped to bring similar instructional concepts and methodologies into the classroom.
a national organization that aims to empower LGBTQ people in STEM to succeed personally, academically, and professionally by cultivating environments and communities that nurture innovation, leadership, and advocacy. oSTEM has almost 90 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters in cities across the United States including 2 chapters in Georgia, oSTEM at Agnes Scott and Pride Alliance at Georgia Tech.
Georgia Chapter (AWIS-GA) exists to champion the interests of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) across all disciplines and employment sectors. Working for positive systemic transformation, we strive to ensure that all women in these fields can achieve their full potential through fair compensation without discrimination, equitable advancement without bias, exposure to successful role models in leadership positions, and recognition and respect for scientific and leadership achievements. AWIS-GA operates for charitable and educational purposes only.
the local pod of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization 500 Women Scientists. 500WS is an unapologetically feminist grassroots women in science organization which serves society by making science open, inclusive, and accessible. The mission of our local pod is to connect and empower women in STEM and our supporters in the Atlanta area, to increase scientific literacy through public engagement, and to advocate for both science and equality.
The mission of IEEE WIE is to inspire, engage, encourage, and empower IEEE women worldwide. The primary focus of the Atlanta WIE Section is to encourage young women and girls to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields. . By personally interacting with girls before they start college, we give them the opportunity to meet successful, enthusiastic women who work in STEM fields and can share what they love about their careers.
making communities greener, cleaner, healthier, safer and more climate resilient through an equity and environmental justice lens.
dedicated to bringing people together through the wonder of science. Founded in 2014 by Emory University, Georgia Tech, and Metro Atlanta Chamber, the organization produces the annual Atlanta Science Festival and several year-round initiatives called Science ATL.


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