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This week, join other maker educators as they learn the latest in 3D technologies; build your dream team with Data Science Maryland; and add mobility to your latest project in a Saturday workshop with Fab Lab Baltimore.

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Maker Educators: 3D Night
Join other educators at this month’s Maker Educators Meetup and demo the new Doodle Fab.
Tuesday, Dec. 9
6:30 p.m. 
Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center
1045 Light St., Baltimore city.
RSVP. FREE.
 
Transforming Labor Markets through Data Science
Learn how to hire the best team with data science with a talk led by Myra Norton.
Tuesday, Dec. 9
6:30 p.m. 
Advertising.com
1020 Hull St., #100, Baltimore city.
RSVP. FREE.
 
Saturday Workshop: Programmable Shape-Memory Alloys
Add movement to your latest projects using shape-memory alloys.
Saturday, Dec. 13
1:00 p.m. 
Fab Lab Baltimore
800 S. Rolling Rd., Building H, Room H145, Baltimore city.
Registration Required. RSVP.

Companies: Digital Harbor Foundation

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