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March 21 - 28, 2015

The Atlanta Science Festival is a week-long celebration of local science and technology, held March 21-28, 2015. Curious people of all ages will explore the science and technology in our region and see how science is connected to all parts of our lives in a variety of hands-on activities, facility tours, presentations, and performances throughout the metro Atlanta region. The Festival culminates in the free, family-friendly EXPLORATION EXPO - an interactive day of demos, hands-on activities, and stage shows at Centennial Olympic Park.

Highlights

Congratulations to the winner of our "What Does Science Mean to You" T-Shirt Design Contest, Liza! Special thanks to Liza and all of the young, science-loving artists who entered our contest and submitted out-of-this-world designs! Look for her design to be sold on shirts at the Exploration Expo on March 28th in Centennial Olympic Park!
Want to see where the Atlanta Science Festival events will be this year? Check out our interactive map!
Famed NYC-based Story Collider visits Atlanta! On this special evening, come hear true, personal stories told on stage about how science has affected people's lives. Our storytellers will be scientists and non-scientists alike, all from the Atlanta area. Presented by the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution and Public Broadcasting Atlanta. Find out why you should experience "Story Collider, Atlanta-Style!"
We invite you to enjoy amazing events that explore the latest in human health and medicine. Experts in healthcare, medicine and public health will stimulate and reshape the way you think about the fields of health and medicine. Check out our list of medical events. Regardless of your level of interest, there's sure to be an event for you!
Create some eerie music in this workshop to build your own light theremin. Join Georgia Perimeter College Physics Professor Susannah Lomant as she helps students of all ages explore how an integrated circuit, resistors and capacitors can be used to make sound and music. The first 25 people will receive a free theremin kit and GPC students with a student ID will also receive free kits. Find out why you should experience "The Electronic Music Extravaganza!"
Discovery Day at Georgia State highlights science, art, and math with hands-on science and math activities, a majors and careers fair, lab demos, campus tours, and films in the Petit Science Center – or hop aboard the Bio-Bus. Fun for all ages, including college applicants.
The ultimate FREE family science event on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Centennial Olympic Park, including interactive activities and performances that celebrate the excitement of STEM in Atlanta.

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