Research@Intel Day: A Feast for the Senses

June 24th, 2008 |
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Intel’s invitation-only event at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., showed off the company’s diverse research projects in areas like visual computing, health, life sciences, green-friendly technologies, and wireless, to name a few. “Intel scientists can propose research on any topic they envision a solution for,” said Manny Vara, Intel’s technology marketing director at Intel’s R&D Labs. “It can start when a scientist comes across a problem, even outside of work, and says, ‘Hey, I could do something about that.'” Intel scientists have engaged in diverse research projects from digital money to mobile antennas that provide access to cell phone services in developing regions of the world. This year’s Research@Intel Day featured more than 70 projects.

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