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Want to help primary teachers feel confident and excited about teaching the new computing curriculum? Code Club Pro are looking for volunteers in the South West. 
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Bit late in the day now, but love the look of these kits for a Christmas Girl Geek Family event. Maybe next year?
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We hold a general catch-up on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 8pm in the City Gate in Exeter – the next meeting will be 10th December 2013

If you would like to get involved in planning, just turn up on the night – if you just want to be sociable join us from 8:30.
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The next (first official!) Exeter Girl Geek Dinner will be at St Olave's Hotel on Wednesday 14th March.

We have two excellent speakers:

- Sam Adams - Current Directions in Robotics Research

- Paula Taylor - Notable events along the history of Computing with real life experiences of a British Computer Scientist

For more details and to book your tickets, visit our Eventbrite page:
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I've set up Google+ page for #digpen. If you're a South West based designer, developer or entrepreneur head over and add yourself to its circles.

If you have #digpen-ers in your circles pass on the link and encourage them to add themselves.
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I installed the "Jailbreak the Patriarchy" extension to Chrome out of interest and my Geek Girls circle magically morphed into Geek Boys, which sounds faintly disturbing.
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Professor Dame Athene Donald will be at the University of Exeter on Monday, giving a lecture as part of the Inspiring Science/Athena Swan series:

Proteins and glamour: twists and turns in a physics career

My research career has evolved over the years to take me from metals to protein aggregation and cellular biophysics. The core of this talk will cover my recent work on protein aggregation, but I will also highlight key transition points, both in my professional and personal life, and how increasingly, as a rare woman in physics, I find I do more and more that isn’t physics. This includes my work around gender issues

All welcome
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Our first "getting to know you" event will be in the Phoenix Cafe Bar on 23rd November, click the link to register!
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