Electronic News reports that by the end of the year, Intel Corp. expects that more than 75 percent of its mainstream desktop, server, and laptop processors to ship with dual-core processors, and even more complicated processors are on the horizon. Because this shift away from single-processor engines, Intel Corp. has launched a program that will teach students from 45 universities nationwide to help work through this transition. Intel is providing these institutions with expertise, funding, tools, materials, and training, as well as sustained collaboration so that schools can incorporate these more advanced processors into computer science curricula…