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

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    Two ambitious new projects are using the Microsoft Kinect in creative ways to improve rehabilitation for recovering stroke victims.

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    The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and Microsoft Research announce the winners of the NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund, which provides U.S. academic institutions with start-up funds to recruit and retain women in computing.

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    Richard Harper, Ken Hinckley, and John Tang of Microsoft Research have been elected to the CHI Academy, which recognizes those leaders whose efforts have shaped the field of human-computer interaction.

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    On Feb. 13 in Cambridge, Mass., colleagues and friends gathered to celebrate the many and momentous accomplishments made by computing pioneer Butler Lampson.

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    A unique collaboration among Microsoft Research, Visual Studio, Bing, MSDN, and external partners has resulted in Bing Code Search for Visual Studio 2013, which streamlines the coding experience for software developers.

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    Microsoft Research and the Academic Alliance of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) have announced the winners of the NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund.

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  • 02/16/14--18:45: How to Hide Your Genome
  • Kristin Lauter of Microsoft Research says that a technique called homomorphic encryption can be a useful in helping to protect people's privacy.

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    The Internet is revealing information about human behavior that could be used to prevent disease and improve public health.

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    Danah boyd's new book, "It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens," explores the nuanced reasons and ways teens use social networks--and why it freaks out adults.

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    Computing luminaries celebrate the work of MIT adjunct professor and Turing Award winner Butler Lampson, one of the fathers of the modern PC.

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    Flash storage takes power to write--a 20-volt jolt to each cell--but needs almost none to maintain. The real power hog is the inefficient storage software stack that eats 200 times the power required for the hardware.

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    In 2013, David Rothschild of Microsoft Research correctly predicted the winners of 19 of the 24 categories in the Academy Awards. This year, he has sights set on an even better performance.

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    Join a free, interactive webinar to learn how you can use Excel to accelerate your data discovery, at 8 a.m. PST on Feb. 26.

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    Microsoft Research's danah boyd discusses teen' usage of social media.

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    DataUp, an award-winning program for data curation, is now better than ever, thanks to a significant upgrade.

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    While preparing for the publication date of her new book, “It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens,” ethnographer danah boyd of Microsoft Research took a few minutes to discuss what she does and how she does it.

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    Author Danah Boyd says today's teenagers are just using existing tech to do "what teens have always done."

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    P Anandan of Microsoft Research India says there's no reason why you must hold a mobile phone to your ear or why it can't be used to help a poor person located remotely take medication in timely fashion.

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    Hoping to increase diversity within the computer-science community, researchers from New York City are organizing the Microsoft Research Data Science Summer School.

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    Curriculum designer David Hunter will present his Zombie-Based Learning Curriculum as part of a ChronoZoom presentation during the upcoming SXSWedu event.

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