Seven former finalists of Intel science competitions were honored today as participants in the White House Science Fair, an event celebrating award-winning young scientists and engineers. After competing in the world’s most prestigious science fairs – the Intel Science Talent Search and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair – these young people were invited to the White House to discuss their research with President Obama today. Learn more about Intel’s efforts to inspire the next generation of innovators.

Once again, Intel appeared in the top 5 of NEWSWEEK’s Green Rankings of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the U.S. With an environmental impact score of 95.74, Intel was recognized for reducing waste, finding suitable alternatives for toxic materials, making products – including the Intel Core and Atom chips – more energy efficient, tying employee compensation to environmental goals and purchasing green power. Learn more about Intel’s environmental responsibility efforts.

Life-saving insulin, which diabetics depend on to manage their condition, can cause death if not refrigerated.  Since focusing his Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2006 project on using aerogel, the lightest known solid, to safely store insulin without refrigeration, Alex Capecelatro has furthered his research and was even published in the Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology. Learn more about what Alex has been up to at Inspire.

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