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How to inkjet-print an electronic circuit
Steve Hodges, head of the sensors and devices group at Microsoft's Cambridge U.K. research lab, wants to make it easy to prototype electronic devices, so he's found a way to print circuits with an inkjet printer.

Wired · 10 July 2015

Microsoft and the micro:bit: A million ways to inspire a generation
Later this year the BBC together with Microsoft and other partners will provide every Year 7 student (age 11-12) in the United Kingdom with their own micro:bit personal computing device they can use to explore the possibilities of computer science.

Microsoft News Centre UK · 7 July 2015

Tune in for the latest on devices and networking
A preview of the Microsoft Research Devices and Networking Summit highlights industry-academia collaboration and the broad range of topics covered, including next-gen Wi-Fi and the future of cloud computing. Watch live Wednesday, May 13.

Microsoft Research Connections Blog · 11 May 2015

Watch the Microsoft Research Devices and Networking Summit live May 13
The Microsoft Research Devices and Networking Summit explores the latest developments of next-gen devices and services. The event will be streamed live from Paris, Wednesday May 13 starting at 12:30 CET/7:30 a.m. ET. Follow #DevNetSummit on Twitter.

Microsoft Research · 11 May 2015

Supporting the Innovation Pipeline
Inkjet-based circuit-board technology from Microsoft Research has led to a couple of awards for Japanese recipients,

Microsoft Research Connections Blog · 1 October 2014

Home Inkjet Printer Fabricates Circuit Boards on Photo Paper
The ink costs $500 a bottle, but only a few cents are needed to make a circuit.

Computerworld · 28 April 2014