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- 01/18/12--19:30: Kolkata Makes Way for TechVista 2012
- 01/20/12--10:00: Cracking Teenagers’ Online Codes
- 01/22/12--00:00: Where Creativity Meets Technology
- 01/23/12--02:11: It's Been Fun, Just Don't Follow in My Footsteps
- 01/23/12--08:00: Where Many Different Networks Come Together: Jennifer Tour Chayes
- 01/24/12--08:00: James Mickens: the Funniest Man in Microsoft Research
- 01/25/12--08:00: Big, Burly Challenges: Rane Johnson-Stempson
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- 02/02/12--13:00: Dalchau Wins New Phytologist Tansley Medal
- 02/03/12--13:00: Addressing the Need for More Women in Computer-Science Programs
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KinectFusion, a research project from Microsoft Research Cambridge, was a featured part of CES 2012.
Gordon Bell of Microsoft Research records much of his life on a specially developed camera, which can be used to remember where you left your keys.
Microsoft researchers are testing wireless links, mounted atop server racks, to supply extra bandwidth for moving data along at crunch times at data centers.
TechVista, Microsoft Research India’s annual symposium focusing on the future of computer-science research, will be held Jan. 20 at Science City in Kolkata.
danah boyd provides an electric Gen Y contrast to the staid gray lobby of Microsoft Research in Cambridge, Mass., but she is a widely respected figure in social media research.
Days before Jennifer Chayes, managing director of Microsoft Research New England, participates in a panel discussion about building a talent pipeline in Massachusetts, she found time for a chat with The Boston Globe.
Chris Bishop, head of the Machine Learning and Perception group at Microsoft Research Cambridge, discusses his passion for machine learning.
What do phase transitions, online advertising rates, human genetics, and children’s use of Facebook have in common? They’re all about networks, and standing at the center is Jennifer Tour Chayes, head of Microsoft Research New England.
James Mickens is one of the funniest people at Microsoft. He recently took time to chat about his work – and so much more.
Rane Johnson-Stempson, director of Education and Scholarly Communications for Microsoft Research Connections, discusses the challenges education and technology must address over the next few years.
Microsoft has responded to the U.S. White House's request for information on public access to digital data resulting from federally funded scientific research.
Steve Hodges of the Sensors and Devices team at Microsoft Research Cambridge discusses natural user interfaces in the wake of his demonstrations of KinectEffect during CES 2012.
Meet Microsoft Research Connections' Donald Brinkman, polymath, poet, gaming geek and the mastermind behind Project Epiphyte, a plan to “overwhelm the world with a green plague of creativity in the form of millions of epiphytes.”
Researchers from Microsoft Research Cambridge have released Doubloon Dash, a Facebook game that enables research into how people’s online behavior compares to models derived from game theory.
P. Anandan, managing director of Microsoft Research India, talks about the need to focus on R&D by Indian IT companies, the opportunities for researchers, brain drain, and the impact of economic downturn on research.
More young people have started using Twitter, observe researchers including Microsoft Research New England's Alice Marwick.
Neil Dalchau of Microsoft Research Cambridge has beedn named winner of the Tansley Medal, presented by New Phytologist.
Microsoft Research is proud to support the NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund and to fund the Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship.
If doctors could use natural user interfaces, like gestures, surgery could be quicker and safer. Kinect for Xbox 360 might be able to help.
Microsoft Research has made available an overview of highlights from its day of reflection from September's 20th anniversary of the organization.