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(AP) – Chipmaker Intel has revealed new details about a $100 million investment in semiconductor research in Ohio and nationally.

The update follows the company’s January announcement that it’s investing $20 billion to build a factory in central Ohio in an attempt to help alleviate a global shortage of chips that power everything from phones to cars to home appliances.

The company said Thursday it’s investing $50 million in Ohio higher education initiatives.

Intel said the U.S. National Science Foundation will provide a matching $50 million to advance research on semiconductor design and manufacturing across the country.