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Teacher Naema Al-zbede uses technology to help Israeli women develop new life skills and opportunities. (3:46)
The entrepreneur discusses how the event inspired him to incorporate science in real-world activities.
Intel STS winner Sara Volz explains how she establishes algae cells as feasible biofuel sources.
Piraí Primeira Cidade no Mundo a Adotar Classmate PCs em Toda a Rede Municipal de Ensino
In Karakottai, project-based learning helps a teacher end child labor and return kids to school.
Students at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair share projects that aid people with disabilities.
Rio Rancho junior Elisabeth Burton discusses her research and educating others on eating disorders.
Highlights from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2010. (2:22)
Beyond 12 uses technology and social media to enable the success of low-income college students.
Egyptian girls launch an adult literacy class and enrich communities using the Intel® Learn Program.
Raquel Redshirt uses everyday materials to build solar ovens, fulfilling Navajo community needs.
Intel and 10x10act.org are changing girls’ and women’s future through education, opportunities, and fairness. (1:45)
Intel pairs with World Vision for more educational opportunities, especially for women in Africa. (2:09)
Intel interviews women from developing countries about the benefits of Internet access.
Through education and local economic support, tribal women start prosperous micro-businesses.