See how real teachers and students enjoy a valuable learning activity supported by robust education technology.
Teachers and students enjoy a valuable learning activity. In this activity, students participate in active learning with dynamic, hands-on data collection, creating a deeper learning experience by making invisible concepts visible.Full View >
See how the 1:1 eLearning Program in Ale, Sweden helps students learn computer literacy and improve their reading and writing skills.
See how leaders around the world build a path to education transformation that improves classrooms and establishes students as life-long learners.
Sarma Vrudhula of Arizona State University presents research on multi-core processor performance optimization under thermal constraints.
The Intel Science Talent Search 2014 finalists talk about their experiences at the weeklong event and the beginning of their incredible futures.
The Intel Science Talent Search 2014 finalists talk about their experiences through the weeklong event, including how it shapes the possibilities for incredible futures as they learn more about researching and make new friends.Full View >
Naomi Shah talks about being a finalist at the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search and her focus on science and engineering as a student at Stanford.
Naomi Shah shares how being a finalist at the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search helped her decide to continue in science, engineering, and research into air pollution as a student at Stanford University.Full View >
With the help of the Girl Rising project, Senna moved to a larger town to continue her education and has now been accepted to university.
The Khan Academy Discovery Lab and Intel Foundation teaches kids science and math through hands-on activities where they design and build robots.
Intel, with help from 10x10act.org, is out to change girls’ and women’s future worldwide by fostering education, opportunity, and a fair chance.
The Stay With It™ initiative aims to reduce the engineering shortage by improving the retention rate of science and engineering students.
Former Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini introduces the Stay With It™ initiative, which aims to reduce the engineering shortage by improving the retention rate of science and engineering students through a network of peer and mentor support.Full View >