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

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    The Computational Science group at Microsoft Research Cambridge aims to transform the way scientists study complex, ever-changing systems, such as the global carbon cycle and information processing inside cells.

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    Scott Saponas of Microsoft Research Redmond outlines the equipment he requires to perform his work.

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    Microsoft researchers have devised a method for using flash memory to “bridge” RAM and hard drives, accelerating computer performance.

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  • 02/15/11--10:00: Video: Patient-Friendly Apps
  • Patients want information, but hospital staffs are often too busy to answer questions. Microsoft researchers are developing new ways to deliver real-time, patient-friendly information.

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  • 02/16/11--11:12: Machine Learning for Dummies
  • John Platt of Microsoft Research Redmond discusses the state of machine learning in 2011.

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    Dan Reed of Microsoft Research's eXtreme Computing Group discusses computing systems' utility as an intellectual amplifier.

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    Doug Burger of Microsoft Research discusses the ramifications of a new era of continuous computing.

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    On Feb. 21, Microsoft announced plans to release this spring a non-commercial Kinect for Windows software development kit from Microsoft Research, developed in collaboration with Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business.

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    Kinect technology, according to Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer, is the beginning of a new way of communicating with computers.

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    Microsoft has taken the wraps off some of the natural user interface projects currently in development within its research group.

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    The success of Kinect for Xbox 360 has underscored the potential of natural user interfaces being pursued by Microsoft Research.

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    Kori Inkpen Quinn of Microsoft Research Mari Sedlins of the University of Washington have found that people are open to using avatars for workplace communication--depending on the choice of avatar.

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    Revisiting a classic problem mathematicians considered solved decades ago yields astonishing results—and a significant achievement for Microsoft researcher Yuval Peres and his colleagues.

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    Microsoft Research's annual technology showcase begins on the morning of March 8, and we'll be there every step of the way to bring you inside the event and the individuals who make it happen.

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    Projects on display during TechFest 2011 show Microsoft researchers’ advances in natural user interfaces, ranging from improved medical imaging to virtual 3-D building blocks.

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    Natural User Interfaces, to be a focus of Microsoft Research's annual TechFest this week, are ushering in an era in which computers are becoming more like us.

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    Staging an event such as TechFest is a significant responsibility. Nobody knows that better than Robert and Trevor Eberl, a father-and-son duo whohelp bring the show to life.

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    Read about Microsoft Research's work on natural user interfaces.

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    Rick Rashid, senior vice president of Microsoft Research, says that the triumphs of the last 12 months represent just the continuation of an impactful tradition.

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    Researchers from Microsoft Research India have devised a solution to the "fat-finger problem."

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