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Developing countries that educate girls get healthier people and a better economy.
Intel For Change student ambassadors identify barriers to education in India.
Kids learn and become passionate about science and math through hands-on activities.
Inspire and prepare girls for college and tech jobs with coding and computer-based...
Patricia Mwove tells how she overcame educational hardship to pursue computer engineering.
Introducing the DreamTab*, the first tablet for kids aimed at delivering new learning...
Students spend less time waiting and teachers have more time to teach with Chromebooks*. (1:00)
Through education and local economic support, tribal women start prosperous...
Intel pairs with World Vision for more educational opportunities, especially for women in... (2:09)
Karibu Center teachers pay it forward through computer training and spreading computer... (3:01)
Intel partnership teaches students engineering and STEM skills and improves graduation... (3:14)
10x10 and Intel lead a global campaign to help change girls’ and women’s education... (1:33)
Nano explorers, photo dynamic therapy, Intel International Science Fair, 2010. (1:53)
10x10 is a social action campaign film and global movement for girls' education... (1:31)
The Intel Science and Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon focuses on cloud computing.