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The Gut & The Athlete
• What we'll do Join science writer Dr. Embriette Hyde, Forbes 30 Under 30 scientist, microbiome expert, and former project manager of the American Gut Project, as she explores the exciting world of the athlete microbiome. Price $20 Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-gut-the-athlete-tickets-43097371398?aff=es2 This event is not at BioCurious Full description - As the Winter Olympics come to a close, join science writer Dr. Embriette Hyde, Forbes 30 Under 30 scientist, microbiome expert, and former project manager of the American Gut Project, as she explores the exciting world of the athlete microbiome. Focusing on work recently highlighted in the December issue of Outside magazine, the evening will begin with an introduction to research being done on athletes around the world to determine whether microbes hold the secret to high performance and recovery. Dr. Hyde will then explore microbe-based commercial products already or soon available to athletes, engaging the audience in a candid overview of why such products may or may not help athletes perform better, stronger, faster. Finally, Dr. Hyde will close the night by taking audience members through her own personal journey to better microbiome health and athletic performance. You will even get to take home some of Dr. Hyde’s favorite microbiome-friendly recipes! • What to bring • Important to know

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What we're about

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We believe that innovations in biology should be
accessible, affordable, and open to everyone.

We’re building a community biology lab for
amateurs, inventors, entrepreneurs,
and anyone who wants to
experiment with friends.

Welcome to BioCurious

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http://www.BioCurious.org

BioCurious Community Lab

Opened in Sunnyvale, CA; Fall 2011! and in 2017 we moved to Santa Clara.

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Our successful Kickstarter campaign ( http://biocurious.org/kickstarter ) brought together volunteers and other biology enthusiasts eager to create a community lab, and they helped us raise over $35,000.

We are a 4100 sq. ft. facility in the heart of Silicon Valley. Come join us and see the next big thing to start in a Silicon Valley garage.

BioCurious is…

a complete working laboratory and technical library
for entrepreneurs to cheaply access
equipment, materials, and co-working space
a training center for biotechniques, with an emphasis on safety
a meeting place for citizen scientists, hobbyists,
activists, and students

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Science is all around us. Many find a love for it at an early age, but few continue to learn after leaving educational institutions. For those who continue to seek to know, there is BioCurious. Curious about biology? Come to a meetup to find other like-minded folk!

BioCurious is a completely volunteer run non-profit organization. We serve the community by providing lab space and classes to members and the community.

There are plenty of ways to get involved:

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