At the White House Science Fair, US President Barack Obama not only admired the projects students presented, but also encouraged more women to enter science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, the New York Times reports.

"Half our team we're not even putting on the field," Obama said at the event. "We've got to change those numbers."

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