Women in Technology

Meet women who have pursued STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) related careers.

Girls tend to lose interest in science and technology during middle school. For three-year, ETV coordinated a pilot project called TECH TEAM. To conclude this three year project, ETV partnered with the National Science Foundation, the Girl Scouts of America, and community schools and groups, to host an all-day science festival that stimulated and encouraged middle school girls' interest in science, technology, engineering and math careers. The 2005 Science Splash was a girl's odyssey of hands-on science and math activities, speakers, shows and exhibits—all designed to educate, inspire, stimulate and entertain middle school girls ages 10-14.  

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Bioengineering Overview | diSCovering science
Bioengineering Overview | diSCovering science

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Delphine Dean, Ph.D., a bioengineer at Clemson University, gives an overview of the science of bioengineering - The “diSCovering Science” series features interviews with scientists and researchers...
Size-Exclusion Chromatography | diSCovering science
Size-Exclusion Chromatography | diSCovering science

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Melissa A. Moss, Ph.D., talks about Size-Exclusion Chromatography and how this process aids in studying protein aggregates involved in Alzheimer’s Disease - The “diSCovering Science” series features...
Bioengineering - Space Travel | diSCovering science
Bioengineering - Space Travel | diSCovering science

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Delphine Dean, Ph.D., looks at how space travel affects the human skeleton and cartilage - The “diSCovering Science” series features interviews with scientists and researchers from South Carolina’s...