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Cancer Test Wins Top Intel ISEF Award
Student Jack Andraka develops paper cancer sensor that is faster and cheaper than existing tests.
MakeHers: Engaging Girls and Women in Technology through...
The Maker Movement has the potential to change the future of computing for girls and women.
Intel For Change Summit
Student ambassadors and teams discuss plans to explore local barriers to education for girls.
Khan Academy Discovery Lab
Kids learn and become passionate about science and math through hands-on activities.
Barriers to Education: Mindsets are Changing
Intel For Change student ambassadors identify barriers to education in India.
GEM and Intel: Partners in Promoting Diversity
Former fellows and members of GEM talk about their experiences and why diversity is so critical to success. (3:06)
Conflict-Free Benefits Congo Families
Families of miners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo benefit from Intel's conflict-free policy. (0:41)
Conflict-Free Technology Panel Discussion
Intel’s CEO and activists talk raising awareness, calling on the electronics industry to get involved.
Intel helps source conflict-free minerals for consumer devices and improve miners’ lives.
Committed to a Conflict-Free Supply Chain
Intel supports miners in the Congo by ensuring Intel® processors use only conflict-free minerals. (0:39)
Connecting People to Their Potential
We seek to put technology to work for the greater social good.
Student Activist Roxanne in pursuit of Conflict-Free...
Student Activist Roxanne in pursuit of Conflict-Free Minerals (1:30)
Jean Marie: Miner of Conflict-Free Minerals
A miner of conflict-free minerals shares how Intel has improved economic conditions to help miners. (2:05)
The Face of Commitment: Conflict-Free Minerals
Intel commits to a responsible supply chain that ensures our processors are made with conflict-free materials.
Intel Supports Conflict-Free Minerals in the Congo
Ensuring minerals are free of conflict, Intel helps eastern Congo miners and their families with a responsible supply chain.