Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: Internships pay big dividends

    Each year, Microsoft Research Asia welcomes a new group of Korean interns, who spend three months or more conducting exciting research. Like all Microsoft Research interns, these talented young scientists derive several benefits from their internships, not the least of which is the mentorship of top...
  • Blog Post: Asian students shine during the International Women’s Hackathon

    Throughout the world, women are vastly underrepresented in computer science and technology fields. In Asia, females make up only 20 percent of the computer science workforce—a situation that is unlikely to change unless we can convince girls that careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering...
  • Blog Post: Stroke recovery gets a boost from Kinect

    The aftermath of a stroke can be overwhelming for any patient—from the physical and emotional toll to the cost of stroke-related treatment. Recent evidence 1 points to the advantages of task-specific training as effective rehabilitation, but in practice, this requires simple, repetitive movements...
  • Blog Post: Advancing Creative Research and Talent Development in Korea

    Korea’s Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE) recently announced that Microsoft Research Asia will once again be a key partner in the Information Technology Software Creative Research Program, which provides support to world-class researchers in that country. MKE plans to provide matching funds in...
Page 1 of 1 (4 items)