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Published on Jul 12, 2012

Lucy Sanders, CEO of the National Center for Women and Information Technology, briefly explains how Microsoft Research incorporates a key component that helps drive technological design and innovation.

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  1. 203

    Battling Tuberculosis Using Microsoft Technology

  2. 204

    Transforming Computer Interaction with Natural User Interfaces

  3. 205

    Fire App Fights Wildfires with Data

  4. 206

    FaST-LMM and Windows Azure Put Genetics Research on Faster Track

  5. 207

    Introducing Project Naiad and Differential Dataflow

  6. 208

    Speech Recognition Breakthrough for the Spoken, Translated Word

  7. 209

    Digits Hand Tracker: Freehand 3D Computer Interaction Without Gloves

  8. 210

    Gender, Competitiveness and Career Choices

  9. 211

    Pen-and-Touch Interaction for Touch-Screen Displays of All Sizes

  10. 212

    Predicting and Understanding the 2012 Election

  11. 213

    Why Research Matters

  12. 214

    Jeannette Wing: Microsoft's Industrial Research Lab Support Is Key

  13. 215

    Opportunities for the Future of Computer Research

  14. 216

    Predictions, Decisions, and Intelligence in the Open World

  15. 217

    Artificial Intelligence Drives Oren Etzioni's Passion

  16. 218

    KinÊtre: A Novel Way To Bring Computer Animations To Life

  17. 219

    Kodu: Mars Edition

  18. 220

    Natural User Interface (NUI): Pervasive Computing Is on Its Way

  19. 221

    Learn How Microsoft is Supporting the Sit With Me Campaign

  20. 222

    Cross disciplinary borders

  21. How Women Help Influence Technology

  22. 224

    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Siân Lindley

  23. 225

    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Jasmin Fisher

  24. 226

    Shedding Light on Code Clones in Software Development

  25. 227

    The War on Error: Failure, Fun, and the Future

  26. 228

    TILT: Rectify everything you see

  27. 229

    Crunching Big Data

  28. 230

    Security Research: a look back and a look ahead

  29. 231

    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Abigail Sellen

  30. 232

    Enjoying the Learning with Research

  31. 233

    Become a Time Traveler with ChronoZoom

  32. 234

    Opportunities for the Future of Computer Research

  33. 235

    Wikipedia on TV-DVD for Low-Income Communities

  34. 236

    Stratus: Energy-efficient mobile communication using cloud support

  35. 237

    Understand Through Teaching

  36. 238

    Enabling Concurrent Dual Views on Common LCD Screens

  37. 239

    LightGuide: Projected Visualizations for Hand Movement Guidance

  38. 240

    SoundWave: Using the Doppler Effect to Sense Gestures

  39. 241

    Humantenna: Using the Body as an Antenna for Real-Time Whole-Body Interaction

  40. 242

    MirageTable: Freehand Interaction on a Projected Augmented Reality Tabletop

  41. 243

    The Future of Privacy in Social Media

  42. 244

    Embrace Computing

  43. 245

    Machine Learning and Intelligence in Our Midst

  44. 246

    ChronoZoom: An Infinite Canvas in Time

  45. 247

    Beamatron

  46. 248

    High-Fidelity Facial-Animation Capturing

  47. 249

    New Experiences in Search

  48. 250

    Applied Sciences Group: Mayhem

  49. 251

    Cliplets: Juxtaposing Still and Dynamic Imagery

  50. 252

    FetchClimate! Building a Geographical Web Service

  51. 253

    Applied Sciences Group: High Performance Touch

  52. 254

    Wearable Multitouch Projector

  53. 255

    Gesture Recognition with Next-Generation Webcam

  54. 256

    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Telepresence using Wedge Technology

  55. 257

    Shake 'n' Sense

  56. 258

    Lifebrowser

  57. 259

    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Seeing Displays

  58. 260

    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Behind the Screen Overlay Interactions

  59. 261

    Microsoft Translator Hub: Translation by Everyone for Everyone

  60. 262

    Illumishare

  61. 263

    Holoflector

  62. 264

    Data Visualization Reaches New Heights with Layerscape

  63. 265

    Role models and inspiration

  64. 266

    Mentor, empower, and share the credit

  65. 267

    Leadership and service

  66. 268

    Doing Service

  67. 269

    Supporting Diversity

  68. 270

    Theory and practice

  69. 271

    Advice that made a difference

  70. 272

    Learn from failure

  71. 273

    Stretch into the unknown

  72. 274

    Surround yourself with geniuses

  73. 275

    Top down and bottom up

  74. 276

    Know the whole stack

  75. 277

    Know Thyself

  76. 278

    SCS 2012 - Leah Buechlev "technology, DIY, gender, & fashion"

  77. 279

    SCS 2012 - Carrie Mae Rose

  78. 280

    SCS 2012 - Brady Forrest

  79. 281

    SCS 2012 - Clay Shirky

  80. 282

    SCS 2012 - Wael Abbas "Social Media"

  81. 283

    SCS 2012 - Zeynep Tufekci "Syncretic Ecologies of New/Old Power"

  82. 284

    SCS 2012 - Keiichi Matsuda

  83. 285

    SCS 2012 - Chris Lindland "Conversational Clothing"

  84. 286

    SCS 2012 - Andy Chen "Art vs. Commerce, the evolution of online fashion"

  85. 287

    SCS 2012 -Ethan Zuckerman "How to Study What You Can't Read"

  86. 288

    SCS 2012 - Danny O'Brien "public private secret alone"

  87. 289

    SCS 2012 - Becky Hurwitz (Occupy Wall Street)

  88. 290

    SCS 2012 - Anil Dash "Is Blogging Journalism?"

  89. 291

    SCS 2012 - Alex Leavitt "From Platforms to Ecosystems: Hatsune Miku as Global Phenomenon"

  90. 292

    SCS 2012 - Mimi Ito "Helping to fix educational opportunity"

  91. 293

    SCS 2012 - Kristen Taylor "The Society of Unsubscribe"

  92. 294

    SCS 2012 - Erhardt Graeff "Social Computing Research in Plato's CAVE"

  93. 295

    SCS 2012 - Elizabeth Churchill "Emotions"

  94. 296

    SCS 2012 - Adam Greenfield "The Shifting Borders of Public and Private"

  95. 297

    SCS 2012 - Shelly Farnham "When the world is a classroom"

  96. 298

    SCS 2012 - Kathleen Fitzpatrick "Transformation"

  97. 299

    SCS 2012 - Jer Thorp "Small Software"

  98. 300

    SCS 2012 - Dan Hunter "What's Mine is Ours"

  99. 301

    Vermeer: Direct Interaction with a 360-Degree Viewable 3D Display

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