A girl is making something technical.

Girls' Day on April 27

March 21, 2023

The University of Stuttgart shows schoolgirls how much fun experimenting, researching and building can be.
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Try your hand at making a suncream, codeing, or teaching a computer how to speak – schoolgirls attending Girls' Day at the University of Stuttgart will learn how to do all this, and more.

Numerous institutes and facilities at the University of Stuttgart are preparing 30 fascinating activities, to show girls how exciting science and technology are. Schoolgirls from classes five to ten (approximately 11 to 17 years of age) are invited to attend and try out new technologies for themselves.

Future prospects for schoolgirls

Whether testing out experiments that froth and foam, girl power in space, or self-programming cars, the University of Stuttgart wants to support schoolgirls and help them to follow their dreams. The female workshop supervisors help to dissolve common prejudices against women and girls who are interested in technology or science, and they also know a lot about what jobs offer the best opportunities for the future. The activities on offer at the University of Stuttgart’s Girls' Day are popular. Many events are booked up quickly - so if you want to be there you have to be fast. Tanja Walther, who organizes Girls' Day at the University of Stuttgart, is delighted that so many schoolgirls have signed up yet.

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