The employees staffing Intel in France share what they think makes a great company, the opportunities they have had, and why you should join Intel.
Follow the computer chip making process using Intel's 22 nm manufacturing technology with 3-D transistors.
Nobody told Magdalene and Naema that girls and women aren't supposed to use the internet or learn about technology.
In a Bedouin community in the Negev Desert in Israel and in an impoverished village in India, we met two women who are defying the status quo and empowering girls and women and transforming outcomes.Full View >
The Khan Academy Discovery Lab and Intel Foundation teaches kids science and math through hands-on activities where they design and build robots.
The Maker Movement has the potential to change the future of computing for girls and women.
Our world needs more female innovators to tackle its toughest challenges. The Maker Movement has the potential to engage more girls and women in creating technology: Learn how Making can inspire more women to be technology innovators.Full View >
Closing the Internet gender gap, Intel® She Will Connect commits to connect women to the Internet, each other, the world, and a world of opportunity.
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 >
Rosalind Hudnell, Intel Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion, discusses the high value Intel places on a diverse workforce.
Video: We've been the driving force behind the global technology revolution for more than 40 years. See how we're shaping the future today.
Museum staff and visitors describe their favorite new exhibits at the Intel Museum, including interactive digital rain, Arti the robot, and more.