PBS station WHUT/Howard University in Washington DC is broadcasting Season 2 of our Women in Science and Technology in Silicon Valley series. You can catch the series on Wednesday nights at 11.30 pm EST on Channel 32 in Washington DC. A big thank you to WHUT for broadcasting Season 2 of our Women in Science… Continue Reading
KSMQ-TV, PBS member station in Austin, MN is broadcasting Season 2 of our 13-part TV series on Women in Science and Tech from Silicon Valley. The series airs on Sundays at 9.30 pm CST from July through mid-September 2018.
Rasika Kumar is an engineer at Google and an Associate Director at Abhinaya Dance Company of Silicon Valley. We were curious to find out her story and how she came to combine her twin passions – science and dance and pursue them with equal dedication. Kumar grew up in a home surrounded by science, dance… Continue Reading
We speak to Steffi Paepcke, Lead Designer and Co-Founder of Open Source Robotics Foundation. Located in Silicon Valley this non-profit organization is focussed on help promote open source software in the field of robotics. This interview with Paepcke is part of our Women in Science and Technology series. Paepcke is the only non-engineer in her… Continue Reading
Meet Steffi Paepcke, lead designer and co-founder of Open Source Robotics Foundation (OSRF), a non-profit organization based in Mountain View. OSRF is a spin off from Willow Garage, a robotics startup in Menlo Park. OSRF’s mission is to support the development and distribution of open source software in robot research, education and product development points out… Continue Reading
Genetech’s Dr. Sara Kenkare-Mitra talks about drug discovery, cancer and women in leadership role in this TV interview that was aired in San Francisco Bay area. Silicon Valley-based Genentech was founded by a research scientist and a venture capitalist in 1976. Dr. Kenkare-Mitra is Senior VP, Developmental Sciences and so one of our first questions… Continue Reading