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						<h1 class="text-center">Robert Noyce</h1>
						<h3 class="text-center">The man behind the microchip</h3>
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							<div class="caption text-center">Robert Noyce (front and center), with the Fairchild founders.</div>	

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						<h2 class="text-center">A timeline of the life of Robert Noyce:</h2>
							<li><strong>1927</strong> - Born December 12, in Burlington, Iowa</li>
							<li><strong>1949</strong> - Receives BA in physics and mathematics from Grinnell College</li>
							<li><strong>1953</strong> - Receives a PHd in physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology</li>
							<li><strong>1953</strong> - Takes first job as research engineer at Philco Corp in Philadelphia, PA</li>
							<li><strong>1956</strong> - Moves to Mountain View, CA to work under co-inventor of the transistor, William Shockley</li>
							<li><strong>1957</strong> - Co-founds <strong>Fairchild Semiconductor</strong>, the first successful silicon company</li>
							<li><strong>1959</strong> - <strong>Co-invents the integrated circuit</strong></li>
							<li><strong>1968</strong> - Leaves Fairchild Semiconductor to co-found Intel with Gordon Moore</li>
							<li><strong>1971</strong> - Oversees invention of Intel's first microprocessor</li>
							<li><strong>1975</strong> - Becomes chairman of the board at Intel</li>
							<li><strong>1978</strong> - Awarded IEEE's Medal of Honor for his contributions to silicon integrated circuit</li>
							<li><strong>1980</strong> - Elected fellow of the American Academhy of Arts and Sciences</li>
							<li><strong>1983</strong> - Inducted to the Inventor's Hall of Fame</li>
							<li><strong>1988</strong> - Named CEO of SEMATECH</li>
							<li><strong>1990</strong> - Suffers a heart attack at age 62 and later dies at Seton Medical in Austin, TX</li>

						<blockquote><p>&quotOptimism is an essential ingredient of innovation. How else can the individual welcome change over security, adventure over staying in safe places?&quot</p>
						<footer><cite>Robert Noyce</cite></footer>
						<h3>To learn more about this innovator you can start by going to his <a href="" target="_blank" class="text-primary">Wikipedia entry.</a></h3>

		<footer class="text-center"><hr>Written and coded by <a href="" target="_blank">Christopher Ferrell</a></footer></div>						



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