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This conference was kid-friendly

The coffee break spread was like nothing I’ve ever seen at a science conference. Interspersed between the bagels, croissants, coffee and tea were goldfish crackers, fresh raspberries, and juice boxes. My husband, shifting our toddler son to his other arm, eyed the gluten-free mini muffins, orange juice and yogurt pouches. He asked me, “Can the
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Piper Promotes: Women Who Tech San Francisco Party, May 23, 2012

Women Who TechWomen Who Tech San Francisco is hosting a post-summit cocktail party to celebrate their annual meeting on May 23, 2012. The party is from 6 to 8 pm and is to celebrate women who rock tech and will be held at Change.org (383 Rhode Island Street (at 16th Street), 3rd Floor, San Francisco).

The evening will start with complementary drinks and tasty treats and will include great opportunities to meet some fellow techies. The event is free, but registration is required. For more information, contact Women Who Tech San Francisco.

Every week, Piper will highlight an event or an organization on or near campus that is of interest to the Berkeley Science Review audience.
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