Gordon Moore cofounded Intel Corp., and is author of Moore's law, published in an article in 19 April 1965, Electronics Magazine. In 1950, he got a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley; in 1954, a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Physics from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). In July 1968, he cofounded Intel, serving as Executive Vice President. In 1975, he became President and Chief Executive Officer. In April 1979, he became Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. In April 1987, he stayed Chairman of the Board.
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Betty and Gordon Moore Library
Holds Cambridge University Library's working collections in mathematics, physics, astronomy, computer science, materials science, engineering. [Cambridge University Library]
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Private grantmaking organization based in the Presidio of San Francisco, works to achieve significant, lasting, measurable outcomes in 3 main areas: environmental conservation, science, San Francisco Bay Area.
Growing biography, with links to related topics. [Wikipedia]
Information from Transistorized television documentary. Coproduction of ScienCentral, Inc., and The American Institute of Physics. [PBS.org] (January 01, 1999)
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