This page features highlights about recent Microsoft Research Connections collaborations, projects, and events.
|Focus in France on Machine Learning
Christopher Bishop, distinguished scientist at Microsoft Research Cambridge, discusses machine learning shortly before the opening of the Machine Learning Summit 2013, to be held April 22-24 just outside of Paris.
|GeoFlow Takes Data for a 3-D Drive
What do astronomy and business intelligence have in common? Look behind GeoFlow’s sophisticated, interactive 3-D data-visualization for Excel, and you’ll find its origins in the WorldWide Telescope project.
|Hopper Event: Inspiring Interest in CS
Microsoft—and Microsoft Research in particular—are demonstrating a commitment to encourage more girls and young women to consider a career in computer science during the 12th annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
|Coming to Aid of Brain-Tumor Patients
Scientists from Microsoft Research Cambridge are presenting a project that aims to provide more accurate measurements to help surgeons and oncologists treat patients with the most aggressive form of brain tumor.
|Putting Threats to Wildlife on the Map
Thanks in part to the scientific expertise of the Computational Ecology and Environmental Science Group at Microsoft Research Cambridge, Microsoft has been named the first corporate partner of the Red List of Threatened Species.
Conferences and Workshops
- eScience Workshop 2013
Beijing, China· 1315 October 2013
- School on Algorithms for Massive Data 2013
Moscow, Russia· 31 July7 August 2013
- Faculty Summit 2013
Redmond, WA, US· 1516 July 2013