REDMOND, Wash. — April 18, 2005 — Microsoft Corp. will host the Microsoft Research Tech Fair 2005 at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, April 27, to demonstrate some of the groundbreaking innovations in development from Microsoft’s global research laboratories and university collaborations.
Attendees can tour several demonstration booths showing the latest Microsoft Research innovation projects in the areas of computing beyond the PC, the influence of wireless and the transformation of science through computing. Microsoft researchers and academics will be present to discuss their work and how they are inventing the future of computing.
What: Microsoft Research Tech Fair 2005
D.C. Event to Provide a Rare Glimpse of the Future of Technology
Date: Wednesday, April 27
Time: 1:30–5 p.m.: Demo room open to the public
Location: The Library of Congress
James Madison Building
National Digital Library Learning Center
101 Independence Avenue SE (between 1st and 2nd streets)
RSVP: Please contact Jenny Murphy at [email protected] or (202) 337-0808 by Monday, April 25.
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