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Is Mathematics Women's Work?

08-Mar-17 18:00

Is Mathematics Women's Work?

HIDDEN FIGURES is a 2016 movie that tells the previously untold story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson. 3 brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the human computers that helped put Americans into space. On the 21st of February, at a special premiere screening of the movie, Umapagan Ampikaipakan speaks with special guests Anne Tham, Melinda Lim, Sumitra Nair and Datuk Mazlan Othman about the future for women in STEM here in Malaysia.

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Tags:  Evening EditionIn FocusAnne ThamMelinda LimSumitra NairDatuk Mazlan OthmanMathematicsWomenHidden FiguresNASASTEMScience and TechnologyCEO/Business leadersOther personality interviewsEntrepreneur interviewsEntrepreneur Resources/Development

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