The buzz: Microsoft champions female inventors for International Women's Day

Microsoft joined in efforts to promote International Women's Day with a video showing girls who struggle to name female inventors.

The company is championing ‘all things woman-made’ as part of a year-long campaign to encourage girls to pursue STEM ambitions.

Absolutely love this video from @Microsoft in celebration of #IWD2016! Celebrate great minds! #MakeWhatsNext
@GG_Domika

ADORE! #InternationalWomensDay #WomensDay #IWD2016
@JetaunDavis

In celebration of #IWD2016, brilliant ad from @Microsoft reminds us that not everything is "man" made. #STEM
@duanebailey

Celebrating incredible women today and our girls who will #MakeWhatsNext!!! #IWD2016 #InternationalWomensDay
@1lrmaBlanco

You don’t want to miss this video of #IWD2016 by @Microsoft. Good points! And interesting. 
@omidhq

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