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- 07/23/12--18:06: _A Quilt, a Map, and...
- 07/24/12--07:44: _A Map of Loss: The ...
- 07/24/12--16:01: _A Time(line) for Re...
- 07/25/12--10:37: _David Breashears Br...
- 07/25/12--09:00: _External Ills Imper...
- 07/28/12--07:00: _Cambridge Becoming ...
- 07/30/12--06:26: _Your Wallpaper Coul...
- 07/31/12--11:00: _Inside Microsoft Re...
- 08/01/12--10:09: _Advancing Creative ...
- 08/03/12--12:53: _Inside Microsoft Re...
- 08/05/12--15:35: _Bangalore Microsoft...
- 08/07/12--09:00: _Inside Microsoft Re...
- 08/13/12--09:00: _Inside Microsoft Re...
- 08/14/12--14:07: _When, Not Whether, ...
- 08/14/12--23:00: _Inside Microsoft Re...
- 08/16/12--11:00: _Alice and Bob in Ci...
- 08/20/12--03:11: _The Big Apple's Big...
- 08/20/12--09:33: _Big Sky; Big Data: ...
- 08/20/12--20:44: _Five-Time Everest A...
- 08/21/12--00:00: _TR35: Saikat Guha
- 07/23/12--18:06: A Quilt, a Map, and a Few Good Apps
- 07/24/12--07:44: A Map of Loss: The AIDS Quilt Goes Online
- 07/24/12--16:01: A Time(line) for Reflection
- 07/25/12--10:37: David Breashears Brings the Himalayan Region to Life
- 07/25/12--09:00: External Ills Imperil Tropical Reserves
- 07/28/12--07:00: Cambridge Becoming Social-Media Research Hub
- 07/30/12--06:26: Your Wallpaper Could Soon Be an HD Display
- 07/31/12--11:00: Inside Microsoft Research: Ten Billion, Too Many
- 08/01/12--10:09: Advancing Creative Research and Talent Development in Korea
- 08/03/12--12:53: Inside Microsoft Research: Kodu Update Lets Kids Explore Mars
- 08/05/12--15:35: Bangalore Microsoft Lab Draws Global Interns
- 08/07/12--09:00: Inside Microsoft Research: KinÊtre: Animation + Whimsy
- 08/14/12--23:00: Inside Microsoft Research: Fighting Back Against Click-Spam
- 08/16/12--11:00: Alice and Bob in Cipherspace
- 08/20/12--03:11: The Big Apple's Big Data Advantage
- 08/20/12--20:44: Five-Time Everest Ascender Makes Global Warming App
- 08/21/12--00:00: TR35: Saikat Guha
A bit of collaboration and several Microsoft technologies combined to produce an interactive display that enables people to view the entirety of the massive AIDS Quilt.
The AIDS quilt is so large that even the National Mall cannot hold it all at once. But the Internet can.
Guest blogger Madison Allen tells how her work on the AIDS timeline in ChronoZoom has helped her understand the impact of the AIDS pandemic.
During the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2012, mountaineer David Brashears shed light on how far the Himalayan glaciers have retreated over the past century.
Factors just outside the borders of biodiversity reserves can have significant effects on such reserves, says a new study, and Lucas Joppa of Microsoft Research Cambridge says that the study has real value for conservationists.
Microsoft Research New England has hired some of social media's best-known scholars in an effort to study changing attitudes and behaviors in real time.
Microsoft researchers are working on a display technology that can scale to gigantic proportions with stunning clarity.
This summer, on a London stage, Stephen Emmott of Microsoft Research Cambridge is delivering a gripping appraisal of the ravages of overpopulation.
Microsoft Research Asia is joining Korea's Ministry of Knowledge Economy to support world-class researchers in that country.
Kodu: Mars Edition, released just days before the rover Curiosity is to land on Mars, will enable youngsters to learn computational skills and science concepts while exploring the Red Planet.
Microsoft Research India offers its interns valuable experience and receives, in turn, fresh ideas and perspectives.
KinÊtre, new technology from Microsoft Research Cambridge that will appear during the current SIGGRAPH conference, uses the human body to animate household objects.
A study on the factors seen in health search over the long term, to be presented during SIGIR 2012 by scientists from Microsoft Research Redmond, examines how web search can lead to unwarranted anxiety—referred to as “cyberchondria.”
The findings from a recent study carried out by Microsoft Research and the University of South Carolina suggest that we should be asking ourselves when to require authentication rather than whether to require authentication.
A paper from Microsoft Research India, accepted for SIGCOMM 2012, represents the first systematic examination of the problem of click-spam—and suggests techniques for advertisers and ad networks to cope.
A new form of encryption allows you to compute with data you cannot read.
A new research lab in the heart of New York City is tasked with parsing the next big thing in technology.
The WorldWide Telescope from Microsoft Research is on prominent display in Beijing during the 28th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union.
Mountaineer and documentary filmmaker David Breashears is working with Microsoft Research on an application that combines photos, scientific data, and climate change to examine climate change in the Himalaya Mountains.
Technology Review has named Saikat Guha of Microsoft Research India to its annual TR35 list of the world's leading innovators younger than 35.