On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 10:28 AM, Robert Hansen <email@example.com> wrote:
> When you say "She's now strong in STEM" what do you mean? It seems that you > are saying she wasn't before but now she is. What is it that you see that > makes you feel that she is "now strong in STEM"? Just curious. With my son I > look for his instincts and technical abilities to grow. Formal reasoning and > problem solving. > > Bob Hansen
I mean she's now in college on scholarship studying STEM subjects, health care slant.
She spent the summer growing mammal cell cultures in a metabolic path study, looking for the significance of certain genes.