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Chair's Message 
for February, 2015
About the Santa Clara Valley Section
Officers and Councilors
Local Section Bylaws as amended in 2012 
Newsletters (1999 to present)

Section Awards information
Section BUBBLE Grant information for 2015
Monthly Section Meetings
(March  19, 2015)
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ExComm Minutes (February 3)
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ACS National Meeting in Denver, Colorado, March 22-26, 2015 (Sunday through Thursday)
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Seminars
     Our next section meeting of February will be on Thursday, March 19, 2015, at the Biiltmore The speaker will be Prof. Jin Zhang of UCSC, who will speak on hollow gold nanospheres.
   See our meeting page for further details of this meeting and future meetings.

Newsletter Information
Thumbnail of NL     Click here or on the thumbnail at the left to see the the February, 2015  issue of the Silicon Valley Chemist.
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Executive Committee Meeting
  The next Executive Committee meeting will be on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. It will be at Mission College in Santa Clara in the STEM meeting room in the Science Building.
  For more information, see the February minutes.

Volunteers Needed
  Volunteers are needed to participate in the science classroom working with teachers to set up experiments and demonstrations as well as to teach students how to record and analyze observations.
  Our own National Chemistry Week and Shelter Projects have had great success with this type of activity.
  For more information, please click here.
 
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