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Computer model of blood development could speed up search for new leukemia drugs Computer model of blood development could speed up search for new leukemia drugs
The first comprehensive computer model to simulate the development of blood cells could help in the development of new treatments for leukemia and lymphoma, say researchers at the University of Cambridge and Microsoft Research.
Top Feature Stories of 2014 Top Feature Stories of 2014
Skype Translator, a Turing Award winner, record-setting texting, and deep learning are among the topics covered in our top feature stories of 2014.
Fitzgibbon Channels Led Zeppelin into Practical Engineering Fitzgibbon Channels Led Zeppelin into Practical Engineering
Microsoft researcher Andrew Fitzgibbon, recently elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, never tires of seeing abstract thinking transform into tangible results.
From Grassroots to Government From Grassroots to Government
It happens rarely, but a grassroots movement has managed to win wholehearted government support. Led by Microsoft researcher Simon Peyton Jones, Computing at School is helping to reshape computing education at U.K. primary and secondary schools.
From Drug Wars to 3-D Silhouettes From Drug Wars to 3-D Silhouettes
Microsoft researchers bring a wealth of inspiration to the CHI conference on human-computer interaction.
Leslie Lamport Receives Turing Award Leslie Lamport Receives Turing Award
On March 18, Leslie Lamport of Microsoft Research was rewarded for his outstanding contributions to computer science when the Association for Computing Machinery announced him as the recipient of computing’s greatest honor, the A.M. Turing Award.
Collaboration, Expertise Produce Enhanced Sensing in Xbox One Collaboration, Expertise Produce Enhanced Sensing in Xbox One
A Silicon Valley-based hardware team collaborated with Microsoft Research to overcome technological hurdles with the new time-of-flight sensing camera in Xbox One.
Lab Environment Motivates Interns Lab Environment Motivates Interns
No matter their field of research, Microsoft Research’s summer interns are certain to find a project that suits their interests. The most memorable aspects of their experiences, though, seem to have come from the working environment.
Big Advances in Data-Center Networking Big Advances in Data-Center Networking
Software-defined networks will be a major topic of discussion during SIGCOMM 2013, and Microsoft Research contributions will be at the heart of the conversation.
A Computer-Vision View of the World A Computer-Vision View of the World
Jamie Shotton, whose work will be featured during CVPR 2013, discusses his latest project, lost robots, and other interests.

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