Math, Science, & YOUR Future

Sound Boring? Hear how very successful people have used Math & Science to make their lives wild, fun, and challenging. Just in case those dreams of being a rock star or sports star don't pan out . . . watch this and other videos for another path to nab the crib and rides you dream of.


HOW A CHIP IS MADE
How We Do It . . . more
 
HOW A WAFER IS MADE
It Really Does Start With Sand . . . more
 
HOW THE MICROPROCESSOR WORKS
To help you understand how the microprocessor does its job . . . more
 
HOW THE TRANSISTOR WORKS
Microprocessors are essential to many of the products we use every day such as televisions, cars, radios, home appliances, and, of course, computers. Transistors are the main components of microprocessors. more
HOW TO BUILD A DINOSAUR
Dr. Jack Horner, “The Dinosaur Guy,” describes the biological challenges in building a dinosaur. Play Audio
JUST HOW DEEP DO CHIP VIAS GO?
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THE LADY BUG AND THE MICROCHIP STORY
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Minds & Machines: Do You Have What it Takes to Make Chips?
Making chips is about driving machines better than a Formula 1 to their limit.
 
KULICKE & SOFFA: WIRE BONDING ADVANCEMENT CIRCA 2006
Ever wonder how the nanochips you see in pictures wind up covered in plastic on a printed circuit board and how they connect nanometer scale lines to the big wires in the electronics you buy?
 
WHAT'S A BUNNY SUIT?
Find out what it's like to be working in the clean room. more
 
WHAT'S ALD?
Did you know that the chip makers routinely make films one atom at a time? more
 
YAN BORODOVSKY: BREAKING THE LIMITS, SOLVING THE UNSOLVABLE
Ever wonder how innovation really happens? Think it’s someone sitting back and dreaming up an idea? In this video, Yan Borodovsky, describes how it starts with a nuisance that grows until you do something about it. Yan Borodovsky is a Senior Intel Fellow and is Director of Advanced Lithography there.