• Covid-19 Vaccine Questions

    Check out these amazing flyers about Covid-19 Vaccine development and potential side effects from Alexandra Wickson. What is an mMRA vaccine? by Sarah Strassler COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, killing more than 2 million people. The most promising solution for an end to this global pandemic is the creation…

  • Reading Resource Directory

    Investing in your child’s health and well-being at home can promote positive outcomes for learning to read, kindergarten readiness, and psychological health.  Here we expand on a few recommendations that were provided by the Mayo Clinic for parents to promote kindergarten readiness for their children. Interactions between parent and child…

  • Index of Advocacy Cards

    These special fact sheets are designed to convey facts about a specific issue and to be distributed to spread the word about recommended policy actions.

  • Index of Fact Sheets

    Science for Georgia creates fact sheets and information that you can download and use to learn more about a specific topic and to take action.

  • ST&T: The General Assembly and the Waters of Georgia

    Feb 27. Noon. Virtual. Kevin Jeselnik, General Councel at Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Ever wonder how the legislative process works? Want to learn more? Want to be a part of the process and advocate for change? Join Kevin Jeselnik, General Councel at Chattahoochee Riverkeeper and leader on the Georgia Water Coalition Legislative…

  • Coal Ash in Georgia

    Coal Ash, the leftover waste from burning coal, affects Georgian’s health and well-being. Coal Ash contains arsenic, lead, mercury, and other heavy metals. When these chemicals seep into water or soil, it causes health problems for those exposed. As the chart below shows, most people living near coal-ash dumps are…

  • 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 numbers.  This Virtual Science Tavern will focus on health disparities in current Alzheimer’s care and research, differences in symptoms between various racial groups, and how people can work to alleviate…

  • What exactly is One Health?

    One Health means solving problems by thinking about people, animals, and the environment. One Health is a multi-field approach to solving health problems that works at the intersection of human, animal, and environmental health. The idea behind a One Health approach is that the health of people, animals, and our…