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selinz
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re: Intel to spend $40 million on international university research
selinz   5/31/2012 5:53:46 AM
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It's nice to see a private company pumping this kind of money into research. Seems like mostof the private research labs have been withering away over the last 20 years.

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re: Intel to spend $40 million on international university research
GREATTerry   5/28/2012 12:54:35 AM
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It is interesting MIT and Stanford is not on the list. Why?

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re: Intel to spend $40 million on international university research
resistion   5/27/2012 9:22:50 AM
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Think its just talk for now, they certainly got other things to worry about.

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chanj0   5/27/2012 8:26:51 AM
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Academic research was used to being out of touch of industrial/ commercial and yet, leading the technology over 5 years. The gap has been reduced since 2000. The funding by Intel to academic research is a good move to Intel and will potentially attract young talent people to join the field. I wonder how Intel can draw the collaboration of the institutes and people from all around the world to enhance the research and to improve the time to market of the commercial goods.



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