Intel Plans $100 Million Investment in University Research

January 27, 2011

Intel Corp. plans to establish a series of science and technology centers on American university campuses over five years, ultimately pouring $100 million directly into academic research, the company announced Wednesday. The first of the centers, at Stanford University, will focus on visual computing experiences for consumers and professionals, the computer company said. Such corporate support for research is not uncommon, but the size and scope of this announcement is.

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