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1. 2011-05-18 Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus Intel
2. 2009-10-05 UW-Madison's Patenting Arm Settles Suit Intel
D. 2007-12-06 G. Moore donates $200m for telescope Intel
2007-01-26 Chips push through nano-barrier Intel
5. 2006-01-28 Silicon Valley eyes wireless network San Jose
G. 2005-06-17 Chip taps into signals from different Wi-Fi Intel
H. 2005-02-16 Intel Converts Silicon into Lasers Intel

Teen wins Intel Science Talent Search
29 students named Intel Prize semifinalists  Bay Area: Students at 14 Bay Area high schools were notified they are semifinalists in the very competitive Intel Science Talent Search Intel CEO touts power-saving chip focus

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  Paul Otellini says his company's focus is shifting toward power-saving chips as smartphones and tablets account for a rising share of the market
  Danville: Danville teen Evan O'Dorney took first place in the nation's most prestigious science competition with a $100,000 prize

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  Chip-maker will start manufacturing processors using transistors just 45 nanometres wide

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Jan.28 Silicon Valley eyes wireless network
  San Jose: Partnership raised about $60,000 for 1,500 square miles of broadband access

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Jun.17 Chip taps into signals from different Wi-Fi  Intel's scientists have invented a single chip that can process signals from different types of Wi-Fi networks Feb.16 Intel Converts Silicon into Lasers
  The advance is to produce a light-energy source that can shine without stopping or blinking Jan.5 Researchers build laser on single chip  The researchers have constructed an all-silicon laser that could lead to computers harnessing light waves

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Feb.11 Researchers find silicon works in optical
  Results promise to reduce the cost of photonics by introducing a well-known substance

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Aug.8 Grove donates $5m to stem cell program
  Intel chairman announced a matching grant plan to reinvigorate the UCSF human embryonic stem cell program

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Nov.25 Breakthrough in Transistor Design  The new designs will help the tiny transistors run cooler, use less power and operate efficiently Nov.9 Intel sets up R&D lab near UC  UC Berkeley: Company hiring David Culler, a Cal computer science professor, to run lab May.11 Intel Science Fair
  Winners received the Young Scientist Award, a $50,000 scholarship and a mobile computer

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Aug.24 Free laptops to best students  Free laptops for 25 African American students


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