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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...

Dispelling Myths around Puberty Blockers

Gender Affirming Care for gender dysmorphia has recently been in the spotlight due to multiple proposed laws and multiple lawsuits....

2023-24 Legislation Rubrics

Each year the Georgia General Assembly has 1000s of bills to consider. As a non-profit, it is not Sci4Ga’s mission...

Data Centers: Big Power / Small Jobs

Data centers are large, climate controlled, facilitiesfor managing, processing, and storing data. Data centers host servers, databases, cloud services, websites,...

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