Atlanta Science Festival (ASF), the city’s premier celebration of all things science, returns with explosive events and excitement. Today Atlanta Science Festival representatives unveiled the schedule taking place March 13-27, 2021.
|“We’re passionate about sharing the beauty of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with the whole Atlanta community,” says Jordan Rose, executive co-director of Science ATL, the nonprofit organization that produces the Atlanta Science Festival. “And there’s no better place than Atlanta, which continues to be a global leader in scientific innovation.”|
The Atlanta Science Festival culminates in the Exploration Expo, Atlanta’s biggest family science event. Thousands of curious kids and adults descend upon Piedmont Park to experience the wonder of science with 100 hands-on interactive science booths, live science demos, and shows from local organizations, universities, and companies. Attendees can experience everything from touching a human brain to building biological machines.
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