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Leading scientists and researchers expressed the potential for high-quality computer-science research in India during Microsoft Research India's TechVista 1011 event.
New tools from Microsoft Research Silicon Valley, included in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2, put the tremendous power of data-intensive computing in the hands of customers.
Microsoft Research has made available for download a developer preview of its Windows Phone 7 + Cloud Services Software Development Kit.
The 10 recipients of the Microsoft Research Graduate Women's Scholarships for 2011, an effort by Microsoft Research to encourage more women to pursue advanced degrees in computer science.
Kodu, software that enables children to design their own computer games, could have the additional benefit of helping foster an ability to become effective storytellers.
Cloud computing offers many advantages, but also involves security risks. Fortunately, researchers are devising some ingenious solutions.
Microsoft Research has released a software development kit that enables cloud-based applications to run on its mobile operating system.
A new, free tool from Microsoft Research's eXtreme Computing Group is now available for customers looking to test the throughput of their Windows Azure accounts as part of the process of embracing the company’s cloud platform.
"Texture," a new book by Richard Harper of Microsoft Research Cambridge, examines how users choose from the bevy of communications tools available to them to select the right one to convey the message they want to disseminate.
New computing resource helps link programming tools often used by scientists with those preferred by high-end developers.
danah boyd of Microsoft Research New England has described a trend called social steganography to describe how teens code their messages on social networks so their friends will understand but their parents won't.
New addition to the Research Accelerators Gallery makes it easier for scientists, students, and researchers to author, communicate, and share chemical information.
Microsoft Research announced that its chemistry add-in for Word is now freely available for download and tweaking by the open-source community.
Even news junkies can overload on the amount of information available online. Project Emporia provides its users with an easy way of “training” a news channel to deliver a personalized set of news stories to the desktop or a smartphone.
NICTA is collaborating with Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) to develop technology to improve the performance of online video search engines.
A vast array of astronomical data is now just a mouse click away, thanks to a new online interactive astronomy visualization software program from Microsoft Research called the WorldWide Telescope.
Scientific videos highlighting the most interesting R&D sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy are now searchable thanks to a Microsoft Research project known as MAVIS.
Susan Dumais of Microsoft Research Redmond has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering.
Microsoft researchers are exploring ways to personalize search without skewing the results or alienating users.
A competition featuring WorldWide Telescope, sponsored by Microsoft Research Asia, is helping to foster a new wave of interest in astronomy among Chinese youths.