2nd Tuesday of the month at 11:45 AM
The format for our meetings is that about noon the speaker begins the presentation, after being introduced by Bob Kirby. About half an hour later lunch is served, which doesn't stop the presentation. Questions for the speaker are during the presentation or after it, depending on the wishes of the speaker.
Baklava Lunch Options (tax/tip included)
1. Chicken/Beef Kabob, rice, vegetables: $17
2. Chicken/Beef/Lamb Kabob, rice, vegetables: $24
3. Greek Salad: $23
4. Chicken Wrap, with either French Fries or a salad: $27
5. Vegetarian Wrap, with either French Fries or a salad: $24
Price includes Turkish tea, bread and dipping sauce.
There is no
charge for showing up if you don't want to eat lunch.
Please RSVP to (650) 969-7215 (leave a message) or e-mail Bob Kirby at email@example.com.
10th, Conservation as a Solution to Global Warming
November 12th, Fusing Information, Talent, and Experience for a Safer Society
October 9th, A Discussion of Prop. 37, Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Engineered Food.
August 7th, The Mavericks
Civilian Space Foundation
May 8th, The Future of Solar Energy Incentives in California
April 10th, The History of NASA Ames: The Freedom to Learn
March 13th Solar Powered Personal Rapid Transit (PRT)
13th Privacy and Anonymity in a World of
November 8th Robotic Assisted Surgery
February 8th, 2011: A Hackerspace for Biotech
December 14th: The Future of the Automobile
Advances in Weather Forcasting
August 14th, 2007: Is Our Tap Water Toxic?
July 10th, 2007: Is There a Free Lunch Out There?
May 15th, 2007 The
Strain in Pain Lies Mainly in the Brain
March 13, 2007 The
Technological Competitiveness: Via Chicago or
2006 Wetlands Restoration in the South Bay
May 30, 2006 Space World at NASA
March 7th, 2006 Gender
February 28th, 2006 Using
your voice to unleash the power of the internet.
December 13th, Ocean Restoration
November 15th, Biomimicry
October 18th, Growing
One's Own Sustainably in Russia
September 20th, Advances in Public Safety Technology
2005 Internet Powered Citizen Journalism
July 26th, 2005 The Growing E-Waste Crisis
2005 Scientists & Engineers in Labor Unions? -- Yes
June 28th, 2005 BART to San Jose?
June 14th, 2005 Water Privatization
May 31st, 2005 The History of Moffett Field
May 3rd, 2005 Earthquakes: Preparation and Prediction
April 5th, 2005 Clocks, Culture, Contrast
March 22nd, 2005
Challenging U. S. Human Rights Violations since 9/11
February 22nd, The Role of Information Technologies in Emerging Economies
February 8th, 2005 Empowering Lives in the Developing World Through Innovative Products
January 18th, 2005 The Space Elevator - Climbing the Sky
December 7th, 2004 The Coming Energy Famine
October 26th, 2004, The Science of Political Polling