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Opinion: New EPA Rules Would Base Regulations on Unethical Science

Update Apr 15 with new information on an extended comment period and a link to AAAS resources. Currently there is...

AST: Disparities in Alzheimer’s Research & Care

African Americans are 2 times as likely to be affected by Alzheimer’s Disease, but participate in research in much lower...

Event: Science Jazz Hands

A night of interactive science comedy – in partnership with Atlanta Science FestivalTuesday, Mar 23rd at 8PM Tune in to...

How Science Reaches the Community: Soil Success

Too often there are missed connections between scientists and their community. Science for Georgia, the Georgia affiliate of the AAAS...

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