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 >
Finalists share their experiences at Intel STS 2012, from the curiosity that led them here to the inspiration from their stimulating week in D.C.
Finalists share experiences at the Intel Science Talent Search, from the curiosity that led them here to the inspiration from their stimulating week in D.C. Intel STS is the oldest and most prestigious pre-college science competition in the U.S.Full View >
Meet Erika, a string bass player, who invented a training aid to help string musicians learn proper hand positioning.
Intel, with help from 10x10act.org, is out to change girls’ and women’s future worldwide by fostering education, opportunity, and a fair chance.
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.
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.
Jenna Hartley discovers an herbal remedy to take on Pseudomonas A. bacteria in the cystic fibrosis lung.
India's Ishani Goomer and Bhargava Khanak develop a test strip to determine whether fruit has been naturally or artificially ripened.
For innovators at Intel ISEF 2014, nothing is impossible and problems are meant to be solved.