Aims & Scope

The Georgia Journal of Science promotes science education and fosters scientific research in the state of Georgia. The journal publishes full-length articles, short notes, letters, and the program and abstracts from the annual meeting of the Academy. Submissions that are coauthored by students, or that highlight people or places in Georgia are particularly welcome. The journal accepts contributions from the following nine sections of the Academy:

I. Biological Sciences
II Chemistry
III. Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
IV. Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering & Technology
V. Biomedical Sciences
VI. Philosophy & History of Science
VII. Science Education
VIII. Anthropology
IX. Psychological Sciences