Intel’s Interns describe the benefits of working and living in the town of Swindon, U.K.
Intel university research programs foster collaborative industry and academia research partnerships.
Intel university research programs foster collaborative industry and academia research partnerships. This allows Intel to lend a hand in developing the future while providing universities with Intel resources.
Intel has strategic research relationships with organizations such as Semiconductor Research Corp to ensure an ongoing supply of technology workers.
Intel has strategic relationships with organizations such as the Semiconductor Research Corporation to ensure an ongoing supply of technology workers.
Naomi Shah discusses clean air research and her experiences at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and Intel Science Talent Search.
Global Challenge finalist Kiril Rusev of Sofia, Bulgaria, turns his dream of enhancing education into reality with his Envision* educational software.
Global Challenge finalist and entrepreneur Kiril Rusev of Sofia, Bulgaria, turns dreams into reality with his educational software, Envision*, which uses interactive technologies to enhance early learning in his country and around the world.Full View >
Intel, with help from 10x10act.org, is out to change girls’ and women’s future worldwide by fostering education, opportunity, and a fair chance.
After the Intel® Global Challenge at UC Berkeley, Kiril Rusev brings technology to classrooms so students can interact with a single computer.
Kiril Rusev attended the 2009 Intel® Global Challenge at UC Berkeley to give life to his dream of bringing technology to Bulgarian classrooms with a single computer that allows multiple mice and students to interact, becoming “the man with the mice."
10x10 and Intel’s global campaign to help change the landscape of girls and women worldwide through education and creating opportunities.
Sara Volz develops a method to establish populations of algae cells with high oil content as biofuel sources, winning the Intel Science Talent Search.
Seventeen-year-old Sara Volz develops an artificial selection method to establish populations of algae cells with high oil content as economically feasible biofuel sources, winning the Intel Science Talent Search.