An electrifying success


The Motorola team showing a collection of walkie-talkies and handphones at the science workshop at Tech Dome Penang in Komtar. — Photos: LIM BENG TATT/The Star

ASPIRING IT engineer Ooi Wei Wen, 16, came away with a sense of confidence that women could achieve anything if they set their mind to it after attending the Women in Zcience Conference and Workshop 2018 (WiZ2018) at the Tech Dome Penang in Komtar.

A Form Four student of SMJK Union, Wei Wen said she was motivated by the keynote speech ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall: Can I be a scientist’ by Prof Datuk Dr Aileen Tan Shau Hwai from Universiti Sains Malaysia.

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