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I need to use a facility in the bay area that can support the construction of an 110 amp system. I also need an engineer/scientist to supervise over me while I build. I am in 11th grade and I need to get permission for a facility by october 30th. If you can send me a response giving me a suggestion of a place to use nearby San Ramon, California, near San Francisco, California, or if you can give me permission to use your facility, I would greatly appreciate it.
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- Project Question: Are there any lab facilities available in the bay area where I, a student, can work on a system generating 110 amps of current? Also, are their any scientists or engineers that can help me with designing the details of this system and supervise me with the fabrication of this system? The due date is just the date where I would need permission to use the facility and the help of the scientist/engineer. I need to postmark forms for a science fair by this date.
- Project Due Date: 8/30/12
- Project Status: I am just starting
We aren't supposed to give that type of information on SciBud.
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Hmmm... perhaps you could provide some additional information, such as what experiment you're trying to do for your science project, some helpful information could be provided. We'll only be able to answer generally, as Science Buddies mentors are not allowed to provide any specific contact information.
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