Ri Channel Partners
Find out more about the Ri Channel's official partner, Microsoft Research.
The launch of the Ri Channel has been made possible with the generous support of Microsoft Research.
Dedicated to 'turning ideas into reality', Microsoft Research has been at the forefront of computer science research for over twenty years.
Andrew Blake, Managing Director, Microsoft Research Cambridge:
"We are delighted to partner with the Royal Institution on this exciting new science communication project, and to offer our support and expertise both through direct funding and through the part-time secondment of Professor Chris Bishop.
"The Royal Institution has a rich history and an outstanding reputation for excellence in science communication, which makes them the perfect organisation to pioneer this challenging new project.
"By embracing the opportunities and potential afforded by the web as a method to share content in a truly accessible way, we hope this new science channel will provide an online focal point for the very best in video-based science communication."
About Microsoft Research
Microsoft Research conducts both basic and applied research in computer science and software engineering.
Researchers focus on more than 60 areas of computing and collaborate with leading academic, government and industry researchers to advance the state-of-the-art in computer science.
The company has expanded over the years to twelve locations worldwide and a number of collaborative projects that bring together the best minds in computer science to advance a research agenda based on their unique talents and interests.
Discover more about Microsoft Research and their latest projects at research.microsoft.com.
The Ri Channel provides freely available open educational resources, published under Creative Commons licences (where possible). We have partnered with the following educational organisations to bring our content to teachers and STEM practitioners in the UK and internationally:
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