Category Archives: Basic Research Investment

21st Century Cures to advance precision medicine.

The 21st Century Cures Act will dramatically advance precision medicine, accelerating medical discovery and improving outcomes for patients across the United States. The Act brings together the computational expertise of the Department of Energy and clinical expertise of the National … Read more >

Precision Medicine Is the Next Global Space Race. Will the US Lead?

By: Alice B. Borrelli, Global Director for Healthcare Policy, Intel Kathleen Lynch, Senior Director, Global Government Affairs & Public Policy, Illumina DNA sequencing is advancing faster than nearly any other technology in history—and it’s setting off the next global space … Read more >

Intel contributes to US leadership in High Performance Computing

by Alan Gara, exascale chief architect High Performance Computing, the science of aggregating computing power to solve complex science and engineering problems, is a powerful set of emerging technologies with tremendous economic and strategic implications for companies and entire nations. … Read more >

The President Advances High Performance Computing

By Bill Bartolone, Government Affairs for Intel   Last week, our country moved one step closer to new and vital discoveries in science, medicine, engineering, technology and industry with President Obama’s Executive Order (EO) establishing the National Strategic Computing Initiative … Read more >

21st Century Cures: Making Precision Medicine an Everyday Reality

By investing in legislation that addresses the key barriers to research and deploying innovative health technology, the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Cures leadership team of Chairman Fred Upton and Congresswoman Diana DeGette are creating a new wind … Read more >

Innovation Blueprints for Long-Term American Success

By Peter Cleveland, vice president, Global Public Policy, Intel Corporation On Monday, Intel in partnership with The Aspen Institute convened a thought provoking roundtable discussion addressing the topic, “Innovation Blueprints: Key Investments for Long Term American Success.” The event, moderated … Read more >

The American Research and Competitiveness Act of 2011– Driving Jobs and Innovation

This month we welcomed Noushin Jahanian as Intel’s director of Tax Policy and Government Relations and newest member of our Washington, DC office. Noushin joins us from the Washington Tax Group and before that she was the Chief Counsel and … Read more >

Intel CEO Paul Otellini Keynotes at TPI Aspen Forum

I had the opportunity this week to attend the Technology Policy Institute’s 2010 Aspen Forum, which brought together policymakers and thought leaders to discuss the top technology policy issues facing our country. Intel’s CEO, Paul Otellini, had the opportunity to deliver … Read more >

Healthcare Reform Feels Different, Even Likely, This Time

Since coming back from D.C. Monday night, I’ve been almost paralyzed to do this blog, not with “writer’s block” but with “writer’s flood.” There are so many issues, ideas, concerns, and hopes swirling around in my head that I can’t … Read more >