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Applied Materials Earns Intel's 2022 EPIC Outstanding Supplier Award With Supplier Diversity Distinction

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Applied Materials has earned the exclusive EPIC Program Outstanding Supplier Award with Supplier Diversity Distinction for 2022. This award recognizes the absolute top performers in the Intel supply chain for their dedication to continuous quality improvement, performance, partnership and inclusion over the past year.

The Role Investors Play in Addressing Global Water Challenges

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by Suleyman Saleem, VP and ESG Senior Research Analyst, Calvert Research and Management

Navigating the Canals of Water Investing

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by Garvin Jabusch and Betsy Moszeter of Green Alpha Advisors

Water is elemental. Crucial for life as we know it. Finite in supply—particularly fresh water—it is chronically degraded by pesticides, herbicides, fossil fuels operations, discarded plastics, and countless other contaminants.

From Powerless to Purpose: Dr. Brandon Marin Shares His Story to Inspire Change

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For Dr. Brandon Marin, a job like researching semiconductors at Intel was “a childhood dream.” But as he prepared for his job interview, he knew there was a good chance he would never achieve it. Brandon had a criminal record and had struggled with addiction in the past. Many employers wouldn’t hire someone with his background.

Gender Shouldn't Be A Barrier To Your Tech Career

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Sangeeta Ghangam Manepalli is a Platform Architect in the Intel Client Computing Group (CCG), where she leads user experience-driven solution innovation for the Athena usages in client platforms. Her typical day involves working closely with UX researchers to understand user problems, pathfinding work with SoC engineering execution, and research teams to find the right solutions for user problems. She also works with marketing teams on spec definition, roadmap, and GTM.

Why The Future of Tech Must Include Women

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Intel engineer Ingrid Liao understands the unique challenges that women in tech face.

Ships to Chips: Gisele Bonitz Shares Her Story

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For Gisele Bonitz, director of Risk and Controls for Intel’s Datacenter and AI Group and retired Navy captain, Veterans Day is an opportunity to reflect. On November 11, Gisele recalled fond memories from her military service, honored the sacrifices of those who served and supported those who are currently serving by helping their families.

Meet Intel Engineer and Diné Woman Georgia Sandoval

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In honor of Native American Heritage Month in November, we recognize the contributions and accomplishments of Native Americans. Meet Intel engineer and Diné woman Georgia Sandoval as she shares her background, journey to a technology career, and the impact of the Intel Native American Network Employee Resource Group. She also shares how mentors and internships helped inspire her as she achieved her goals.

Intel AI Mentors Seek to Improve Astronaut Health

Frontier Development Lab and Intel shed light on radiation-driven cancers using rodent and human data for the first time.
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November 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ - This summer, Frontier Development Lab (FDL) researchers conducted a landmark astronaut health study with Intel AI Mentors to better understand the physiological effects of radiation exposure on astronauts. Using Intel artificial intelligence (AI) technology, FDL created a first-of-its-kind algorithm to identify the biomarkers of cancer progression using a combination of mouse and human radiation exposure data.

Thinking Beyond 2030: How Our 2030 Goals Are Only the Beginning for This Engineer

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As a technology and development environmental engineer at Intel, Ashley Walsh is passionate about waste. She’s currently working in compliance around hazardous waste and wastewater—which includes our water reclamation facility. We talked with Ashley about her sustainability work and how it connects to the company’s overall RISE strategy. Read below to see why she thinks the solutions to our environmental problems can be found in—you guessed it—waste.

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