Posted by: tonygurney | September 7, 2012

Maykah builds girls’ interest in science – SFGate

Maykah builds girls’ interest in science

TECHNOLOGY
Ellen Lee
Updated 3:02 a.m., Friday, August 17, 2012

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  • Bettina Chen (left), Jennifer Kessler and Alice Brooks founded Stanford startup Maykah, which develops toys that encourage young girls to take an interest in science, technology, engineering and math. Photo: Sarah Rice, Special To The Chronicle / SF

    Bettina Chen (left), Jennifer Kessler and Alice Brooks founded Stanford startup Maykah, which develops toys that encourage young girls to take an interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

    Photo: Sarah Rice, Special To The Chronicle

    / SF

  • Maykah's founders say childhood toys sparked their interests in technology. Their new toy, Roominate, allows young girls to build their own dollhouse. Photo: Sarah Rice, Special To The Chronicle / SF

    Maykah’s founders say childhood toys sparked their interests in technology. Their new toy, Roominate, allows young girls to build their own dollhouse.

    Photo: Sarah Rice, Special To The Chronicle

    / SF

 

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