“STEM is vital to improving the quality of life in this country and around the world,” Dr. Jemison said. “Bayer and I are committed to working together to increase the number of students achieving in all aspects of STEM fields, especially on the critical issue of more women and minorities. The first step of which is exposing students to meaningful STEM educational experiences. It is clear that innovation and economic success is enhanced by defining, researching and creating products and services using the full scope of intellectual capacity, experiences, capabilities and perspectives available to us.”
The exhibition focuses on Bayer’s innovations in health care, agriculture and high-tech polymer materials. It consists of boxes with capital letters, each letter representing a topic connected to Bayer’s mission – Science For A Better Life. Each box contains images and informational text on the scientific background and social aspects of the topic.
SOURCE Bayer Corporation