Marin Science Seminar  
for Teens & Community  
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About the Seminar

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Founded in spring 2008, the Marin Science Seminar (MSS) is a free, science cafe type event for teens & community in Marin County, California. Seminar sessions are 12 Curious? Come to the Marin Science Seminars! Wednesdays during the school year, from 7:30 to 8:30 pm in a science classroom, room 207, at Terra Linda High School, 320 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael, 94903. The seminar includes a presentation with question and answer period and is open to teens & community members. Speakers are scientists, technologists, mathematicians, engineers, medical professionals & computer programmers.  Topics presented are in an area of the speaker’s expertise, Curious? Come to the Marin Science Seminargeared to interested high school students.  See our past speakers here. We also offer science journalism and videography internships to MarinCounty high school students.

The Marin Science Seminars were founded and are run by Alfia and Art Wallace.

Fall 2016

Oct. 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

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

HS Student Internship applications: We have room for one more videography intern and one social media intern. Accepting applications for Fall -Spring through October 10th

Local & Cool! Astronomy on Mt. Tam - Bay Area Science - Science at Cal - Wonderfest

Links to more free local science talks and opportunities here