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Seminar
   Our next section meeting will be in September at the Biltmore, and our speaker will be Dr. Susannah Tringe, head of the Metagenome Program at the Joint Genome Institute. Her topic will be "Sequence-based Exploration of Microbial Communities".
    See our meeting page for further details.

Newsletter Information
NL Thumbnail   Click here or on the thumbnail at the left to see the the July/August 2014 issue of the Silicon Valley Chemist.
    Click here to go to the index page for all of our newsletters back to 1999.
    You may receive printed newsletters if you wish; it's free! Click here and send us your mailing information.

Executive Committee Meeting
  The next Executive Committee meeting will be on Monday, August 4. It will be at the USGS campus in Menlo Park and it will begin at 7:30 p.m..
  For more information, see the June 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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