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Marin Science Seminar sessions take place on Wednesday evenings from 7:30 - 8:30 at Terra Linda High School room 207 in San Rafael. Internship Info. Click Here. - Now available: Download the Spring 2017 Flyer Here

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SEPTEMBER

14: "Cancer: Understanding an Evolving Puzzle" with Maggie Louie PhD of Dominican University

21: "Myths of Astronomy" with Thomas Targett PhD of Sonoma State University

OCTOBER

19: "The Code of Life and the Justice System: How DNA is used in Criminal and Humanitarian Investigations" with Brian Harmon PhD of California Department of Justice

26: "Invention in Medicine: How Medical Devices get Invented and Go to Market" with Art Wallace MD PhD of UCSF and VAMC SF

NOVEMBER

9: "The Science and Treatment of Depression" with Tobias Marton MD PhD of UCSF and VAMC SF

16: "What Really Killed the Dinosaurs" with Courtney Sprain of UC Berkeley's Dept. of Earth & Planetary Science

DECEMBER

Apply for a Spring MSS Internship here.

31: Online Spring 2017 Marin Science Seminar Internship applications due

Spring 2017

JANUARY

10: School-to-Career applications for Spring 2017 Marin Science Seminar Internship due

11: "The Physics of the Perfect Paper Airplane" with John Collins, Guinness Book World Record holder for paper aircraft distance

FEBRUARY

8: "Sea Lions Have No Thumbs. So How are they Such Good Scientists?" with Claire SImeone of the Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito

15: "Tiny but DANGEROUS!: Particulate Matter 2.5 micros or less (PM2.5) and Its Impacts" with Katherine Hoag of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District

MARCH

22: "Code Blue! Even Robots get Medical and Dental?" A medical and dental simulation workshop with Rich Fidler, Eve Lofthus, and Shelley Miyasaki of UCSF and the VA Medical Center, SF

29: "Where are the Crabs Going? - Using Math to Predict the Future of Our Oceans" with Alma Yesenia Ceja of the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies and SFSU

APRIL

5: "DNA Sequencing and Cancer" with Bradley Stohr of UCSF


Free Local Science Events for Young People & Community:

  • Sat.April TBA: The Space Station Museum in Novato (Pacheco Plaza in Ignacio)
  • Sun. May TBA: Discovery Day at the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies 1 - 5 pm, Tiburon
MAY