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E. Coli Fast facts

by Julia Singer What is E. coli and why do we test for it?   Escherichia coli (E. coli) are a...

Sci4Ga in the News!

Science for Georgia was recently in the news as part of a press release from the Atlanta City Council. On...

Sci4Ga on WABE!

Science for Georgia’s Georgia Insights Data Work was featured on WABE on Apr 19, 2024. The story revolved around the...

April was Awe-Inspiring

OMG it’s already May? The legislative session has ended but at Science for Georgia, we just can’t stop the rockin’...

Community Health: 2020 SciTober Fest Featured Information

SciTober 2020: Breaking the Cycle of Environmental Health Disparities SciTober Fest 2020 had 5 amazing breakout topics this year, stemming...

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