Microsoft Research struts its stuff

Microsoft Research this week is showing off some of its latest advances to more than 400 faculty members from leading research institutions. Among them: free software tools for publishing, saving and sharing research data. These include Article Authoring Add-in for Word 2007, which enables metadata to be grabbed during the authoring stage to protect a document's structure throughout the publishing lifecycle. Other tools include one for self publishing online-only journals and another that uses SharePoint Server 2007 for sharing info among researchers.


Tony Hey, Microsoft VP
Tony Hey, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft External Research (seen here), also announced  at the Faculty Summit that Microsoft will provide $1.5 million to seven multicore software researchers.


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