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SILICON VALLEY, CA—Kicking off Black History Month, several Silicon Valley high-technology companies will dispatch senior-level managers, engineers, HR personnel and public relations teams to judge the eleventh annual Dr. Frank S. Greene Scholars Program Science Fair in search of the next generation of African American STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)-focused scholars. Among the companies to send representatives to review and evaluate the projects are Intel Corporation, IBM Corporation, Oracle Corp., Applied Materials, Inc., Google Inc., and NASA-Ames Research Center, along with National Hispanic University and Stanford University. The fair will be held January 26, 2013 at Cypress Semiconductor headquarters—198 Champion Court, San Jose, California. The public is invited to view the projects from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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