One of the co-inventors of the world's first microprocessor, Stanley Mazor, will talk about his experience working in the early days of computer design.
He has been inducted as a Fellow of the Computer History Museum and was awarded the National Medal of Technology by President Obama in 2010.
This afternoon he'll talk about how computer chips are designed and made at a free lecture offered by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. His free lecture begins at 1 p.m. in Room A of Campbell Hall, 655 Francis Lane, Ashland.
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