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New Digital Series Chemistry Matters Is Now Available

We are thrilled to announce that our new digital series, Chemistry Matters, is now available at gpb.org/chemistry-matters. The series is a free resource for teachers and students across the state of Georgia just in time...

August 1, 2016

Delve Into Science At The Fernbank Museum of Natural History

The Fernbank Museum of Natural History has some wonderful exhibits that will keep your children learning throughout the summer.The museum’s newest exhibit, Creatures of Light: Nature...

July 5, 2016

New Series Explores How Some Animals Defy Gravity

The sky is one of the world’s most challenging places to live, but across the planet an extraordinary range of animals do something we can only dream of – take to the air.

June 27, 2016

Dive Into Shark Week With This Classroom Collection

Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is back for its 29th year! Even though this thrilling week doesn’t start until June 26, you can still explore instructional content and resources to pique...

May 23, 2016

Classroom Resources To Support Premiere Of GENIUS By Stephen Hawking

A new six-part science series, GENIUS by Stephen Hawking, will air on GPB Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. starting May 18 and continuing through June 1.

May 16, 2016

Atlanta Science Festival And Exploring The Next Generation Of Scientists

You’ve probably heard the emphasis that leaders in education and politics are placing on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. But how will it impact students? What can families do...

March 14, 2016

The Latest News & Entertainment Is Blinding Us With Science

Okay, Internet conspiracy theorists (you know who you are), try this on for size: the news that there's water on Mars is part of a recent media-driven plot to celebrate science.After all, why...

September 30, 2015

Virtual Field Trip: Deserts And Grasslands Of Africa

Grades: 3-8 Subjects: Science and Geography Take students on a virtual field trip to Africa to learn how locals are working together to restore forestlands, protect wildlife, and promote ecotourism,...

September 21, 2015

Emperor Science Award: An Exciting Opportunity For Future Scientists

“Cancer has been referred to as the emperor of all maladies and millions of people around the world are looking for a cure. In America, over 1600 people die each day.”This statement is...

September 3, 2015

K-12 Teachers Get Hands-On Study Of Georgia's Barrier Islands

Gazing at a million stars above Sapelo Island. Watching a loggerhead sea turtle nest and lay eggs on the beach. All while gaining rich content knowledge in a field-based setting. Doesn’t sound...

August 12, 2015

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