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  • Blog Post: Finding Truths in Chicago

    I have just returned from the ninth annual Microsoft eScience Workshop , held in conjunction with the 2012 IEEE International Conference on eScience , at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. As in previous years, the Microsoft workshop focused on exploring where we are now and what future progress we can anticipate...
  • Blog Post: Join the Microsoft Biology Foundation v2.0 Development Preview

    You may be familiar with the Microsoft Biology Foundation (MBF), an open source bioinformatics .NET library that is designed to provide core functionality for genomics research from commonly-used file parsers to algorithms and web connectors. We're pleased to announce that we are continuing to invest...
  • Blog Post: Winner of the Jim Gray eScience Award Announced

    One of the high points of the annual eScience Workshop is the presentation of the Jim Gray Award to a researcher who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of data-intensive computing. I'd like to say a bit more about Jim and why we've named an award after him, but first, here's the identity...
  • Blog Post: New Technologies Help Healthcare and Environmental Sciences “Scale Up”

    Microsoft Research's 7 th annual eScience Workshop is in full swing this week in lovely Berkeley, California. This event has brought together over 200 scientists from diverse fields (and diverse geographies), all united around their interest in using data-intensive science to advance their research....
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