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Read the latest feature stories, news, and press releases about Microsoft Research.

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    Microsoft Research's Design Expo gives college and post-graduate students practical training in experience design, a chance to share ideas with other students around the world, and mentoring by top-notch designers.

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    A collaboration between the University of Washington and Microsoft Research is focused on developing a non-invasive, technological solution that promises to improve both the health and overall quality of life for people with diabetes.

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    Microsoft Research is sponsoring a contest that will allow you to explore while using WorldWide Telescope software to build interactive, educational tours of the universe.

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    A Microsoft Research Cambridge team combines modular hardware and .NET-based software to create a device that takes months off the time needed to create gadget prototypes.

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    Microsoft Research has released a refreshed versioin of the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit that incorporates feedback from the developer community.

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    An article in Nature, co-written by Microsoft Research, shows how natural-killer cells can play a direct role in fighting HIV.

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  • 08/08/11--09:00: A New Window to the Face
  • A team from Microsoft Research Asia has developed a new technique for creating high-resolution facial images, to be presented during SIGGRAPH 2011, being held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Aug. 7-11.

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    The robotics lab at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, has developed a natural-user-interface controller that promises greater finesse and control of robots during search-and-rescue operations.

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  • 08/08/11--14:00: A Cloud That Can't Leak
  • Researchers at Microsoft have built a virtual vault that could work on medical data without ever decrypting it.

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    Jim Kajiya and Richard Szeliski of Microsoft Research have been honored by the Association for Computing Machinery for years of outstanding service in computer graphics and interactive techniques.

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    VENUS-C, a high-quality, interoperable cloud platform for industry and research, is being used for 15 new pilots that have received seed funds.

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    KinectFusion, which takes live depth data from a moving Kinect sensor and creates high-quality 3-D models in real time, is garnering rave reviews.

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    As Tony Hoare, principal researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge, prepares to receive the 2011 John von Neumann Medal, he pauses to reflect back on his computing-science career—and his current work.

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    Grant Bronsdon, a high school intern at Microsoft Research, gives a quick tutorial on writing scripts in TouchDevelop, a Windows Phone 7 app that enables scripting for your phone on your phone.

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    Gary J. Sullivan, a video architect at Microsoft and a longtime collaborator with Microsoft Research, has been named the winner of the 2012 Masaru Ibuka Consumer Electronics Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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    Microsoft Research is working on a version-control system for images.

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    Walking through the Computer History Museum with Turing Award winner Chuck Thacker it a bit like going to NASA with Neil Armstrong.

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    A hundred excited students from across Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, a quarter of whom were women, converged on Moscow State University for the third annual Microsoft Research Summer School.

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  • 08/23/11--14:00: TR35: Andrew Phillips
  • Andrew Phillips of Microsoft Research, named to Technology Review's TR35 list, is writing software that could help engineer microbes to fight disease or produce biofuels.

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    The natural world contains about 8.7 million species, says a new estimate from a group that included contributions from Microsoft Research. The estimate is described by scientists as the most accurate ever.

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