Today at the
"This is a great university, one of the leading universities in the world in technology, and these women are in the forefront," he said.
Before a roundtable discussion with students in the
Engaging women in science, technology and engineering is something we're promoting heavily in the US, the Vice President said.
"The future goes to the country that is the most open and the most representative of the entire population," he said.
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