Meet Women in Science at Smithsonian Institution

There’s been a really huge exhibit giving the Smithsonian a total success in a large area of ​​the National Mall in D.C. since Saturday, March 5th.

During the opening weekend, visitors were able to explore 120 statues that have been placed in the Smithsonian Castle and adjacent Enid A. Haupt Park. Beginning March 7, select sculptures are on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the National Air and Space Museum, located along the National Mall.

These are 120 3D-printed (3D) figurines that celebrate innovative contemporary women who have pursued or continued careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

It also houses the largest number of statues of royal women ever assembled. It is also a distinction for the minority women participating in STEM who are honored in this exhibition.

Called #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit is responsible for Lyda Hill Philanthropies’ IF/THN® initiative, this model will run through March 27.

In 2020, limited previews of this exhibit will be shown at New York City’s Central Park Zoo and at Dallas Love Field Airport. The first full exhibit was shown at the North Park Center in Dallas, Texas in 2021.

The fair, according to its organizers, aims to motivate young people to know that working in STEM is very important and interesting. “Achievements can be made when one proposes them, and there are no limits,” said a spokeswoman for the initiative.

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