Intel's longtime sponsorship of high school science fairs is coming to an end.The computer chip maker announced it will no longer back the International Science and Engineering Fair it's supported since 1998, the New York Times first reported.The decision comes after the company ended its support for the national Science Talent Search last year. While Intel did not articulate the reason for its decision, it did say it is "extremely proud" of its past sponsorship of the two fairs, the Times ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Globally, 1800 people die from water-related diseases every day, all over the world; 2000 kids under the age of 5 die every 5 days due to water-related diseases. In 2013, UNICEF described the situation like this: “If 90 school buses filled with ...Trak.in, 1 month ago
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