Intel Timeline: A History of Innovation
A History of Innovation
From day one, Intel has been a leader in technology innovation. See some of our biggest accomplishments and newsworthy moments that make up our corporate timeline.
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Robert Noyce: Man Behind the Microchip
Biography and historical still collection of Robert Noyce, inventor of the first practical microchip.
Intel Celebrates 40 Years
A driving force behind the global technology revolution, Intel shapes the future today. (9:33)
Inside the Intel Museum: New Exhibits
Museum staff and visitors describe their favorite new interactive exhibits at the Intel Museum.
Intel For Change Summit
Student ambassadors and teams discuss plans to explore local barriers to education for girls.
Intel helps source conflict-free minerals for consumer devices and improve miners’ lives.
Barriers to Education: Mindsets are Changing
Intel For Change student ambassadors identify barriers to education in India.
Initiative Strives to End Engineering Shortage
Initiative aims to improve the retention rate of science and engineering students.
Malaysian Student Creates an Organic Battery
International science fair finalist uses cellulose as an energy source.
Vishay Micro-Measurements Strain Gage
Shows how to attach Vishay strain gage to Intel® Ball Grid Array packages; measures board flexure.
Power of Technology Enriches People’s Lives
Intel never stops inventing the future because change is the essence of life. (1:35)
Augmented Reality in Manufacturing: Intel
Dan McCulley, systems architect with Intel Labs, on augmented reality in manufacturing at Intel TechFest. (0:54)
Experience Metrics: Intel
Intel’s Rina Doherty discusses experience metrics at Intel TechFest in Portland, Oregon, May 2011. (0:56)
Genevieve Bell Interview
Recently named one of the top 50 most creative people in Business (Fast Company,) Genevieve Bell is an Intel Fellow and director... (4:52)
Tomorrow Project Futurism
Tomorrow Project Futurism (3:44)
Robotics and Autonomous Vehicles: the Tomorrow Project
Johnson and Morgansen on autonomous vehicles exploring hostile environments such as oceans.