Google Science Fair Winner and Piper Co-Founder - Shree Bose
As a student with a passion for biology and medicine, Shree Bose was honoured as both the winner of the 17-18 year old age category and the Grand Prize winner of the first ever Google Global Science Fair in 2011 for her research on the chemotherapy drug, cisplatin. After receiving an incredible platform to speak around the world, Shree has become a dedicated STEM education advocate. Realising a need for better tools for technology education along the way, she cofounded Piper, a Minecraft toolbox for budding engineers.
Tune in to hear Shree talk all things science and technology, how we can get more kids engaged in these fields, and how we can break down those gender stereotypes that still exist in STEM.
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