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Microsoft, Aerocrine partner to send asthma device data to the cloud

Aerocrine has partnered with Microsoft in a pilot project to send data from nitric oxide monitoring devices to the cloud for analysis.

Pharma's cloud doubts prompt tech firms to add local alternatives

While service providers talk up the convenience and flexibility of moving to the cloud, pharma execs are as likely to flag up the litany of privacy, security and technical risks created by the transition.

FDA clears prescription video game for rehabilitation therapy

Personalized medicine, home healthcare and remote medicine are among the trends encapsulated by the FDA's decision to grant 510(k) clearance to the Jintronix rehabilitation system, used in conjunction with Microsoft's Xbox Kinect motion-tracking technology.

Microsoft's Bill Gates backs open R&D in social-media investment

Bill Gates has added his high-profile name and dollars to the open-science movement.

Bill Gates adds heft and dollars to open R&D

It's one of the latest investments from the Microsoft chairman and world's richest man that focuses on supporting translation of discoveries into breakthroughs for patients.

Bill Gates melds tech and biotech in $35M social media deal

Bill Gates has added his high-profile name and dollars to the open-science movement, joining other investors in a $35 million financing round for the 5-year-old social network for scientists called ResearchGate.

FoldIt creator wins Bill Gates nod for science crowdfunding site

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates saluted a new crowdfunding platform site called Microryza, which has started funneling cash to dozens of high-risk scientific research programs, including a number of drug research efforts that would otherwise never see the light of day.

NextDocs and Microsoft pushing clinical trials to the cloud

Like a good tech partner should, NextDocs has stuck close to Microsoft and its software platforms for years.

Microsoft's web-search mining uncovers side effect of drug pairing

Web search records could provide early signals of harmful drug interactions. And thanks in part to consumers' inability to resist going online to learn about their symptoms, researchers found a wealth of data to triangulate the interactions of two widely used drugs and an undesirable side effect.

Microsoft developing database to diversify clinical trials

Microsoft is applying its database know-how to the problem of the lack of minority participation in clinical trials. The tech giant is turning data gathered by the National Minority Quality Forum into a searchable national archive to support the diversification of trials.