Microsoft Launches “Make What’s Next” Campaign to Inspire Next Generation of Women Inventors

Microsoft recently announced their launch of a new campaign, “Make What’s Next” aimed at providing resources for young girls to pursue subjects in STEM. The company announced the campaign in a series of short videos that highlight lesser-known women inventors from history like Ada Lovelace, Tabitha Babbit, and Yvonne Brill. A huge component of the campaign is to motivate girls today by educating them on women inventors from the past – providing them with role models that, as one video notes, are rarely mentioned in most classrooms. offers programs and resources on how to inspire and foster the innovative talents of young girls specifically between the ages 7-15.

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