The Science Scene

Friday, June 3 to Thursday, June 9

"Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2022." Emory will host the international conference Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID), bringing together scientists from around the world. Among the key topics to be discussed are the role of climate change in driving infectious disease and the importance of racial and other disparities in causing inequity and preventing the effective control of disease. The focus on social justice and infectious disease will showcase the crucial integration of biomedical science, social science, public health and ecology. The conference will also include a workshop entitled "Pandemic Scenario Modeling and Science Communication." Registration required.
 
Thursday, July 14 to Sunday, July 17

"Hot and Bothered." Science Gallery Atlanta hosts a symposium bringing together young people from across the globe to connect, exchange ideas and share knowledge to foster action for climate justice. The event aims to create an optimistic and joyful space where young people can be change agents to reduce climate hopelessness and generate alternative narratives. Young people worldwide are invited to register. 
 
Ongoing, through September
"Hooked"

"Hooked: When Want Becomes Need." The Science Gallery Atlanta inaugural exhibition blends science, art, technology and design to provide a visually compelling and thought-provoking look at the world of addiction and recovery. The world-class, interactive experience is free to the public, although tickets must be reserved in advance.


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