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Knowledge, imagination, and scientific method are propelling our world to new heights. People have always had a human thirst for inventiveness, and now we have the skills and technology to bring our ideas to life. That's why Intel equips you—students, researchers, faculty, anyone—to build your own vision of the future.

Empowering the Next Generation

From our very first days, Intel has fostered and promoted the next generation of technology innovators and leaders. From teaching resources and student courseware to world-class research collaborations and technology competitions, we have invested over $1 billion in higher education programs since our founding. Explore our higher education programs and resources below, or view our other initiatives for youth.

Intel University Research Programs

Communications, Systems, Moore's Law, Compute, Sensemaking, and Novel Integration: These are a few of the topical research paths currently being explored by university-based communities sponsored by Intel.

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Research Centers

Intel funds Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTC) and Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRI) to collaborate on computing challenges across technologies and disciplines.

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Get an overview about the relationship between automatic and autonomous technologies and humans.

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See how different kinds of artificial intelligence extend human innovation.

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Discover how data science enables innovative analytics for life changing applications.

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Learn how cyber-physical systems—technologies that cross the physical and the virtual—are able to respond intelligently to their environment.

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Explore the rapid evolution of FPGA programming and its application across industries.

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Projects with Universities

At the intersection of business and academia, researchers are collaborating to find answers to today's most critical computing challenges.

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An all-female team created a Smart Sign Board with Intel® Galileo development board in the 2016 Intel Rapid Prototyping Challenge.

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University of Michigan students built the Extendable Robotics Platform (ERP), based on the Intel® Joule™ module, to be released as open source for all students and universities in 2017.

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