Stem Toys Made For Girls Are The Hot New Trend. This holiday season sees a flood of new STEM toys marketed just for girls. Here are six contenders, featuring Linkitz. By Donna Fenn
The Wearable Computer for Little Girls- A look at women in STEM and an interview with co-founder Dr. Lyssa Neel. Posted May 11, 2015 by Michael Grothaus.
A conversation with Linkitz co-founder and President Lyssa Neel on the rewards and challenges of running a startup. Posted April 22, 2015 by Amandah Wood.
Wearable Fashion Toy Linkitz Teaches Girls How to Program, Posted July 25, 2014 by Sarah Buhr.
An interview with Linkitz co-founder, Dr. Lyssa Neel on founding startups and creating a wearable toy for girls. Posted May 11, 2015 by Lyndsey Gilpin.
The best of HAXLR8R's Hardware Startup Demo Day: Robots for all, Friendship Bracelets for some, Posted November 5, 2014 by Signe Brewster.
An interview with Dr. Lyssa Neel and Linkitz CMO Lisa Harun on creating a wearable toy to inspire girls to code. Posted May 11, 2015 by Nicole Bogart.
What a Perfect HAXLR8R Product? A Robotic Wearable STEM Toy, Posted November 12, 2014 by Tekla Perry.
Linkitz was featured in TWICE Magazine's The Watch List, an ongoing series that covers start-ups and crowdfunding. Posted May 6, 2015 by Lisa Johnston.
Young Tech Entrepreneurs from the West Head to China, Posted September 26, 2014 by Fiona Tam.
Linkitz founders: Drew Macrae, Chris Wallace, Lyssa Neel.
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