Smore is a magazine for girls in STEM. This issue features Julie Freeman.
Julie Freeman turned out to be an inspiration for girls and kids in STEM. What if the movement of far-away fish could create art in the room in front of you? What if the local rise and fall of pollution could control the flutters of a flock of mechanical butterflies? Julie Freeman hasn’t just wondered these things. She’s created intricate works of art to find out. Julie’s story is an incredible journey of a young girl who saw the world around her very differently and followed her insatiable curiosity. Today Julie Freeman is a world-renowned artist who brings nature and technology together in her creations.
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Check out Julie’s inspiring story in the latest issue of Smore – a must-read for every kid who has wondered about a future in the world of science, technology, and art. Plus a super cool leaf identification poster, joke, kitchen science, spring cleaning with science, and it’s packed with the fan favorites: science news, cool games, fun trivia, challenging crosswords, DIY, decoding science words, and more.
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