The Three Goals of Science for Georgia

To improve communication between scientists and the public

To increase public engagement with science

 To advocate for the responsible use of science in public policy

Help us provide a place for the public and policymakers to ask questions and receive trustworthy, non-condescending, straightforward answers. We hope you will support Science for Georgia in this mission as an expression of your shared values.

Stupendous Support Levels

Supporting Science for Georgia means you've joined our "nuclear family." Support levels are based on the isotopes of Hydrogen. Elements are defined by the number of protons they have. When you change the number of protons in an element you end up with a different element, but an element can have different numbers of neutrons, and these are called isotopes. Isotope with different numbers of neutrons have different properties.

Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe and the only element with named isotopes. Typically hydrogen has only one proton and no neutrons. When you start adding neutrons, they get heavier and more rare.

If you care about science advocacy like we do, then when you become a supporter, we know that you will be in your element!

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