Monday's meeting announcements: Studying biomedical research's value

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The Securities and Exchange Commission is meeting on June 5 to consider possible amendments to rules governing money market funds.

On June 7, the U.S. International Trade Commission is meeting in Washington to vote on imports of wire from China, Mexico and Thailand. 

The Legal Services Corporation's finance committee is holding a teleconference on June 11 to gather comments on its fiscal 2015 appropriations request. 

A technological advisory committee of the Federal Communications Commission is meeting June 13 in Washington. 

From June 17 to 21, the National Marine Fisheries Service's council on the Gulf of Mexico is meeting in Pensacola, Fla. 

The council for New England fishing is meeting from June 18 to 20 in Newburyport, Mass. 

A U.S. Department of Agriculture committee on grain inspection is meeting on June 18 and 19 in Kansas City, Mo. 

The Defense Department's defense policy board is holding its quarterly meeting on June 18 and 19 at the Pentagon. 

On June 19, a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) committee on program management is meeting. 

On June 20, a scientific advisory board for responding to the AIDS crisis is holding a conference call. 

The U.S. commission for the global cultural organization UNESCO is holding a conference call on June 21.

The FAA's committee on airport wireless communications is meeting from June 26 to 28 at the office of a Washington law firm. 

A Pentagon committee on benefits is meeting on June 27 to review the military's TRICARE program. 

Again that day, the National Science Foundation's committee on biological sciences is holding a teleconference to review a budget request and the foundation's strategic plan. 

Also on June 27, the Bureau of Land Management's advisory council for northeastern Nevada is holding a video conference. On Sept. 12, the council is holding a meeting in Ely, Nev. 

On July 17, the Army's science board is meeting in Colorado Springs, Colo., to review four studies

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