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Partner Event: Aug 24. PLARN Party

Sat Aug 24. 12-5. Spruill Center for the Arts. Room 4. 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338. Join the Whale Shark Project and the Atlanta Knitting Guild by making PLARN (plastic yarn). You’ll help create the skin of the Whale Shark Project sculpture, have free snacks and talk about solutions to plastic pollution =)…

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Aug 10 ST&T. Return to Panama: A Frog's Journey

Aug 10. Rose Circle Park. Noon. Rain Plan: Meet at Monday Night Garage (right next to park) August’s Science Tales and Trails will focus on amphibians. Amphibians have been both predators and prey since before the dinosaurs, so modern ecosystems rely heavily on their booming populations and constant insect management.  They are also important indicators…

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Aug 22: Volunteer Interest Meeting

Aug 22. Manuel’s Tavern, Eagles Nest Room, 602 North Highland Ave NE, Atlanta. 7-10pm. Are you an enthusiastic scientist or friend of science? Do you want to be more involved? Do you like volunteering? Do you like to drink beer? If you answered yes to at least one of those questions, come join us to…

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June – Science Tails & Trails – How the Brain Works

June 8, Noon. Rose Circle Park June’s ST&T will focus on “How the Brain Works” hosted by Leah Krevitt. From federal research grants to panicked WebMD searches, we ask a lot of different questions about our brains. How do real-world observations translate into basic neurobiology research agendas–and how do those experimental insights come back to…

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Robots Day at Fernbank

May 18, 10 to 1Fernbank Museum of Natural History. 767 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA Come join Science for Georgia and many other STEM organizations at Fernbank’s Robots Day. “Connect with Atlanta’s favorite bots at the ultimate robot meet-and-greet as machines whir, beep and buzz their way into Fernbank. “

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May – Science Tails & Trails

May 11, Noon. Rose Circle Park This month’s ST&T will feature Dr. Anthony (Tony) Martin. Dr. Martin is geologist and paleontologist at Emory University, where he teaches classes in geology, paleontology, and environmental sciences. He is especially interested in traces, such as tracks, burrows, and nests, which he will teach us to recognize as we…

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