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|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.
- Data-Centric Programming Workshop 2014
San Diego, CA, United States· 25 January 2014
- AGU Fall Meeting 2013
San Francisco, CA, United States· 913 December 2013
- SEIF Brazil Workshop 2013
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil· 2526 November 2013
- New Cloud-Computing Training for Researchers Worldwide
16 September 2013
- Computing Tools for the Life Sciences
27 August 2013
- Lab of Things—the New Wave of Research-Device Platforms
16 July 2013