March 15 - 25, 2017

  • Join our Twitter chat on November 30, 2-3pm EST to answer all your questions about the flu and flu vaccine. Follow the conversation between @AtlSciFest and @CDCflu as we chat with Dr. Lisa Grohskopf, Medical Officer with the CDC's Influenza Division, and chime in with your own questions at #ATLSciChat.
  • Submit an Expo exhibit proposal, register to volunteer and to visit K-12 classrooms, and get your school involved!
  • On the final day of the Festival, join 20,000 curious people for an afternoon of interactive exhibits, mind blowing demos and science-themed performances for all ages. See you at Centennial Olympic Park on March 25, 2017.

ASF Blog

We're looking for STEM professionals to visit K-12 classrooms this spring as part of Atlanta Science Festival's Imagining the Future program. To highlight the impact of this initiative, we spoke with Katie Godfrey, an engineer at The Clorox Company, about her experiences in the program last year. Godfrey was one of 10 Clorox employees to participate, visiting several classrooms ranging from elementary school age to early teens.

Have you ever wondered what gives beer its complex, distinct taste? What makes a Budweiser taste different from a locally-brewed IPA? Or a stout taste different from a pale ale? The science behind beer is both fascinating and intricate, so we turned to Orpheus Brewing founder Jason Pellett and Georgia State University microbiologist Dr. Chris Cornelison to break it down for us.

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