Meet these women engineers who are changing the world
Though women are underrepresented in the fields of engineering and technology, there are some women with engineering backgrounds who are developing technologies that are changing the lives across the globe.
Take a look at these women engineers who are changing the world.
Wiratni Budhijanto invented a new way to treat waste water
Dr. Wiratni Budhijanto, a chemical engineer and professor at Indonesia's Gadjah Mada University, invented a game-changing way of treating waste water, which would be useful especially for developing nations.
In collaboration with Dr. Largus Angenent at Cornell University, she developed a new method for waste water treatment that's ten times efficient than existing methods and is eco-friendly too as it releases no greenhouse gases.
Reshma Shetty founded Ginkgo Bioworks that designs synthetic DNA
Reshma Shetty is the Co-founder and COO of Ginkgo Bioworks, a biotech start-up that designs and prints synthetic DNA and is creating a lot of excitement in the field of biotechnology.
She founded the start-up after pursuing PhD in biological engineering from MIT. She has played a very crucial role in the success of Ginkgo Bioworks, a "unicorn" with a valuation of $1.4bn.
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Melonee Wise is transforming the world of robotics
Next on the list is Melonee Wise, the CEO of Fetch Robotics, which delivers advanced robots for the logistics industry.
She is one of the very few women transforming the world of robotics and inspiring girls across the globe to pursue engineering.
For over 17 years, she has been designing, building, and programming robotic hardware. She even has experience of developing complex robotic systems.
Tanya Lattner, the force behind the LLVM Foundation
Tanya Lattner is the President and COO of LLVM Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide global support for the LLVM project.
LLVM is a compiler infrastructure project that helps a computer in reading and understanding the software it is running.
LLVM technology is used by tech giants like Adobe, Sony, Nvidia, etc. Lattner played a major role in the project's success.
Gadjah Mada University