Explore what it's like inside an ultra-clean, highly automated silicon chip fabrication facility (fab); travel through Intel silicon history from Intel's first microprocessor, the 4004, to today's processors based on Intel's 45nm High-k silicon technology; write your name in binary code; "get digitized" by creating a digital postcard; and more!
Friday, December 26, 2008
Intel believes that students everywhere deserve the skills necessary to succeed in a knowledge-based economy. That’s why Intel provides a holistic blend of technologies, programs, and professional development resources for teachers, which empower countries around the world. With improved teaching and learning environments, students are better able to develop the required skills.