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Public Lab Community Newsletter 9.13.14

by Becki | September 13, 2014 05:16 | 52 views | 0 comments | #11138 | 52 views | 0 comments | #11138 13 Sep 05:16

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Public Lab Community Newsletter 9.12.2014

In the Public Lab community newsletter this week, remember to take advantage of back to school discounts on kits, and read up on some great upcoming events across the country! Enjoy!

Announcements

If you’re in the northeast, don’t forget that this weekend is the third annual LEAFEST event in Salisbury, VT!

And remember, now through September 30th, take advantage of the Back to School sale on all Public Lab kits! Enter discount code ###BACK2SCHOOL at checkout for a 20% discount.

Upcoming events

On September 18th, join the Gulf Coast Public Labbers in New Orleans for a mapping training event this Thursday!

Join the Portland team at the OMSI Mini Maker Faire on Saturday and Sunday! Check her for details on time and location: https://www.omsi.edu/maker-faire-pdx

NYC World Maker Faire September 20-21. Join us for meeting fantastic teachers, technologists, and activists from all over! Join the thread and sign up in the schedule.

The Fall Public Lab Barnraising will be November 14-16 in Cocodrie, LA. Save the date and sign up today!

New and ongoing projects

Read a great update from Stevie on the multi-day workshop in the Gulf Coast with Washington University students visiting from St. Louis, and check out some of the great first time maps stitched by the students.

Jeff and Mathew have been working hard on the Oil Test Kit, looking at webcam brightness and gel caps as sample vials.

Research Note highlights

A question on retrieving true color image from Infrgram images (by brooksdr) Water quality voicemails: Vojo & Coqui (by donblair) Sneak Peak Balloon/Kite Photography Event (by nicholas) Oil Terminal Monitoring - Newburgh, NY (by joshuaflux)

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