Showing the effects of insulin on a liver cell using Bio Model Analyzer

  Guest post by Audrey Adeline Microsoft Student Partner at Cambridge University Hello! My name is Audrey and I am a first year undergraduate reading Natural Sciences at University of Cambridge this year. I am passionate about science and technology, especially on how it can help to improve other people’s lives. Perhaps just like you,…

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Android Development with Azure Mobile App Services

Guest blog by Microsoft Student Partner Isaac Hutt I am a First (soon to be Second) Year student at Imperial College London studying Computing. I have a passion for open source technologies and Android development, specifically brining information from sources such as Wikipedia to remote communities. I love trying out new technologies, reading articles on…

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Heading to Seattle – Team Pocket Sized Hands UK Imagine Cup National Finalist

  Guest post by Gary McCartan from Abertay University on his teams Imagine Cup experience. Bringing our game Honeypot Espionage to the Imagine Cup UK Finals was an exciting and intimidating experience. Last year the Imagine Cup had different Categories for the competition. Games, innovation and World Citizenship. This year, these groups had been scrapped…

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Optimizing your emails using Microsoft Flow

Hello, my name is Christo Lolov http://twitter.com/Christo_lolov  I am a second-year Computing student in Imperial College London. I am a member of a couple of student societies, take part in several online courses, follow a few newsletters, and send and receive a lot of university related emails. As such, I often find it difficult to…

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CognitiveToolkit – CNTK on Microsoft Azure

The Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit—previously known as CNTK—empowers you to harness the intelligence within massive datasets through deep learning by providing uncompromised scaling, speed and accuracy with commercial-grade quality and compatibility with the programming languages and algorithms you already use. Hear about the team that developed the Cognitive Toolkit. and http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/product/cognitive-toolkit/  CNTK is available as Microsoft…

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Free data sets for Azure Machine Learning

  One of the key things students need, for learning how to use Microsoft Azure Machine learning,  is access sample data sets and experiments. At Microsoft we have made a number of  sample data sets available. These data sets are used by the sample models in the Azure Cortana Intelligence Gallery. Some of these data…

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