Q&A with Shree Bose: Inspiring Tomorrow’s Tinkerers

Interviewed by Joelle Seligson

This interview appeared in the March/April 2016 issue of Dimensions magazine.

While her high school peers were reveling in freedom from schoolwork, Shree Bose was spending her summers in the science lab. At 17, Bose, an alumna of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s Museum School in Texas, made history as the winner of the first Google Science Fair. Today, Bose is a senior at Harvard University and co-founder and COO of Piper. She is known internationally for her own science work and her efforts to make science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) more accessible for children. Bose chatted with Dimensions about how she got here and what she’s planning for after graduation.

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