Microsoft Research announces Spanish UI of WWT, increased research funding, student program offering and more

Microsoft Research kicked off its fifth annual Latin American Faculty Summit, where Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner welcomed more than 200 academic, government and industry research leaders from 15 Latin American and Caribbean countries to Los Cardales, province of Buenos Aires.  Tony Hey announced the global availability of WorldWide Telescope Spanish user interface release and increased […]

Microsoft Research kicked off its fifth annual Latin American Faculty Summit, where Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner welcomed more than 200 academic, government and industry research leaders from 15 Latin American and Caribbean countries to Los Cardales, province of Buenos Aires. 

Tony Hey announced the global availability of WorldWide Telescope Spanish user interface release and increased funding to support Latin American and Caribbean Collaborative ICT Research Federation (the Virtual Institute) to include the third round of RFP funding and support of the graduate exchange program. In addition, Sandra Yachelini announced the Educational Technology Access program and the availability of DreamSpark in Uruguay and Argentina, which will provide students with software design and development tools at no charge to help them innovate and prepare for future careers.

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