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  • Blog Post: DataUp rises to new curatorial heights

    DataUp , an award-winning program for data curation, is now better than ever, thanks to a significant upgrade released today. This new, more robust version of DataUp includes substantial usability improvements for scientific users needing data management support and, in addition, has entirely new functionality...
  • Blog Post: Learn to tell stories with data at the Excel for Research webinar

    We hear a lot these days about “data science,” but what is it, exactly? Data collection, data management, data wrangling, big data, broad data—these are all pieces of the data-science puzzle. One view is that data science is all about telling stories—with data. However, the...
  • Blog Post: Big Data Blows into the Windy City

    This week, the annual Microsoft eScience Workshop is being held in Chicago (the “Windy City”), providing an unparalleled opportunity for domain scientists, researchers, and technologists to discuss the benefits and difficulties of incorporating more computing and information technology into...
  • Blog Post: Night at the Museum—sans Ben Stiller

    Jonathan Fay and I recently visited the California Academy of Sciences , the world-class natural history museum and research center located in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Our goals were to connect in person with Academy researchers and to help prepare the Academy’s Morrison Planetarium...
  • Blog Post: ScholarLynk facilitates management and sharing of research

    Regardless of how much content is available to today's researchers, it loses value if it cannot be properly managed and shared. At this week's 14 th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (ECDL) at Glasgow University in Scotland, Microsoft Research will present...
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