#MakeWhatsNext: Change the Odds

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Only 6.7% of women graduate with STEM degrees. When we encourage girls to pursue STEM, we double our potential for innovation. Change the world, stay in STEM. #MakeWhatsNext Learn more at http://www.makewhatsnext.com

Audio Description Video: https://youtu.be/1PRTAsnvmoQ

Eki watch
lie to Kids. hmmm, its Time to uninstall Windows
Meep Ster
Really darn cool


Even if it costs more than my computer, fridge, and bed combined.
Ken Heslip
So is it that only 6.7% of graduates with STEM degrees are women or only 6.7% of women studying for STEM degrees graduate? This video suggests the latter but I would have thought the former due to low numbers of women applying.
Seanabonza
Pandering much?
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