Category Archives: innovation

Employability and Lifetime Learning: Tips for the Social Media Averse

Since you’rve found your way to Inside Scoop you’re probably already social media savvy. This blog post is not necessarily for you, but maybe a friend, family member, someone you wished embraced social media more. I recently found myself on two instances defending the value of social media to professionals outside Intel: One a sales [...] Read more >

Happy 84th Birthday to Intel Co-founder Robert Noyce, the “Mayor of Silicon Valley”

  The microprocessor is often referred to as the “brains” inside your computer, and today we celebrate one of the brains behind the “brains” of your computer – Robert Noyce, co-founder of Intel, was nicknamed the “Mayor of Silicon Valley” and would have been 84 years old today. We are reminded of Noyce’s intelligence and leadership as innovation [...] Read more >

Intel Global Challenge: So… What’s the Big Deal?

This blog was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Intel’s Global Entrepreneurship Program Manager. This year marks the 7th annual Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley (formerly IBTEC, the Intel+UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge), which seeks to support and promote… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

Energy Sipping Technology: Solar Electronics

I’ve been traveling a lot lately and trying to work most efficiently with limited power sources. It has meant I’ve needed to be creative about maximizing my power supply across various devices in order to get things done. Soon, it may get even easier to go green with innovations in solar electronics. Read more >

Until We Meet Again

SUMMARY: The last day of IDF is always a mad rush to see all the things I haven’t quite had time for. I spent some time at the poster chats, talking to researchers working on projects ranging from helping people… Read more >

Until We Meet Again

SUMMARY: The last day of IDF is always a mad rush to see all the things I haven’t quite had time for. I spent some time at the poster chats, talking to researchers working on projects ranging from helping people… Read more >

Until We Meet Again

SUMMARY: The last day of IDF is always a mad rush to see all the things I haven’t quite had time for. I spent some time at the poster chats, talking to researchers working on projects ranging from helping people … Continue reading Read more >

Enabling Innovation, Inspiration, and Education

SUMMARY: Rounding out the first day of sessions, I attended a panel discussion called “It’s All a Game: Gaming Technology and the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” where the academic community explored the future of gaming education in academia and how… Read more >

Enabling Innovation, Inspiration, and Education

SUMMARY: Rounding out the first day of sessions, I attended a panel discussion called “It’s All a Game: Gaming Technology and the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” where the academic community explored the future of gaming education in academia and how… Read more >

Enabling Innovation, Inspiration, and Education

SUMMARY: Rounding out the first day of sessions, I attended a panel discussion called “It’s All a Game: Gaming Technology and the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum,” where the academic community explored the future of gaming education in academia and how … Continue reading Read more >