Breaking Stereotypes and Glass Slippers
Hear from the women of science who have and are shaping and shaking up our world - their roads to success, challenges, and how they've seen the landscape for women in STEM change over time. Kristina Johnson is a widely recognized as a pioneer in optoelectronic processing systems, 3D imaging, and color management systems, and Carolyn Bertozzi invented the field of bioorthogonal chemistry, which allows researchers to chemically modify molecules within living systems.
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- What one characteristic have you seen make women inventors successful?
- How can we get more young girls involved in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields?
- What areas do we need more innovation in, and where do you see the most potential for new advances?
Philippa Olsen, Mktg and Communications Specialist, US Patent and Trademark Office