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Intel Labs focuses on several research areas, each with their own projects. Topics include immersive experience, intelligent connectivity, and more.
Brian David Johnson and geneticist Madoo Varma on creating computer chips to sequence our genes and medicine tailored to personal genetic codes.
White paper explains how Intel strives for “Conflict Free” supply chain for metals from Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Intel’s sourcing policy and measures on conflict free minerals in the electronics supply chain from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Former Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini introduces STAY WITH IT and talks about the need for engineers to create "something yet to be imagined."
Brian David Johnson, Justin Rattner and Alan Kay discuss visioning and inventing the future and ways to rethink energy consumption in new technology.
Learn how Intel ensures a responsible supply chain for the future with assessment and auditing, supplier diversity, conflict-free minerals, and more.
Answers to our most frequent questions.
Intel Futurist and sci-fi writer Brian David Johnson discusses The Tomorrow Project and explains the "future-casting" process at Intel.
Nobody told Magdalene and Naema that girls and women aren't supposed to use the internet or learn about technology.
Intel’s community grant program supports schools and organizations near communities where Intel is located.
Highlight reel from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2010 from San Jose, California, USA.
Intel Education team trained 125 girls in Dhaka and Pabna and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered classmate PCs, using technology to inspire learning.
Operating four sites, Intel in California employees volunteered more than 275,000 hours in 2011, generating $2.1 million in matching grants.
Intel in China
Running two sites, Intel in Colorado employees volunteered 7,635 hours to schools and nonprofits in 2011, and donated $1.2 million to the United Way.
More than 2,800 employees work in Intel’s Costa Rican facility. This overview details their efforts in education and community involvement.
Intel in Ireland
Overview details how more than 44, 000 hours of Intel Israel’s volunteer efforts are focused on education and community involvement.
Intel in Malaysia
More than half of Intel’s manufacturing is in America, with facilities in eight states. Employees support non-profits and educational programs.
The Intel Involved Matching Grant Program aims to recognize and motivate Intel employees to engage in outreach and volunteerism.
Learn about Intel's company-wide commitment to ensure manufacturing sites meet comprehensive environmental management standards and initiatives.
NSAI Certificate of Registration of Environmental Management System declares that Intel complies with requirements for manufacturing semiconductors.