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  • Blog Post: Professors, instructors these sessions are for you!

    We’ve put together a series of sessions for faculty Thursday June 21st to help you keep up with what’s new and find out about the resources Microsoft has for you Teaching courses is a lot of work, the constant pressure to keep courses relevant, and of course it’s not just teaching...
  • Blog Post: A Windows Phone 7 Malaria Test!

    We’ve seen Windows Phone 7 in a completely different domain doing things that it was never meant to do before , but this is an even more astonishing story. Wilson To, a doctoral student in pathology at the University of California, combined his interests in pathology and photography to create a Windows...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft’s FUSE Labs

    If you haven’t yet done so, be sure to check out Microsoft’s FUSE Labs ( http://fuse.microsoft.com/ ). FUSE (Future Social Experiences) produces some pretty neat projects that deal with social, real-time and media-rich experiences. Among their notable projects is Docs for Facebook , a...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft DigiGirlz Day

    Microsoft's DigiGirlz programs give high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-n computer and technology workshops at the NERD Center in Cambridge, designed to provide high school girls with a better understanding...
  • Blog Post: Physics Hurts My Brain

    "Right, physics! Physics, eh? Physics, physics, physics, physics, physics, physics" as the Tenth Doctor once said to a classroom full of students. Physics can be a very daunting subject to wrap your head around, and it really does help to have a good physics teacher. And who finer than Richard P. Feynman...
  • Blog Post: XBOX Kinect helping Surgeons in the medical field

    Doctor Calvin Law is able keep his hands sterile before surgery thanks to the Microsoft Xbox Kinect. The surgeons at Sunnybrook hospital have deployed the hardware solution to help their team scroll through CT images during surgery with hand gestures. This allows the doctors to access the patient...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research: Microsoft Tags by Shahrad Rezaei MSP

    Having fun with Microsoft Tags One thing you should know about me is that I am a geek. This explains why I’m writing a blog post right after I discover some fun, nerdy thing. My cousin has recently bought a Windows Phone 7, and since I don’t have one, I’ve been fiddling...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research & Development: Kinect - Part 1: An Innovative New Approach

    Happy New Year! 2011 is going to be a huge year and wishing everyone the best! 2010 just passed us but it was not with some big announcements. Microsoft released the much anticipated Kinect hardware for the XBOX 360 entertainment gaming console. To kick start the new year, in this 10 part weekly mini...
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