Avoiding Vulnerable Passwords—and Rules, Too
Microsoft Research has released a free tool to help you avoid choosing bad passwords
Studio 99 Melds Art and Science
For decades, there have been artist-in-residency programs within scientific and academic communities. An exhibit in Redmond, Wash., presents the results of Microsoft Research’s collaborations with its first artist-in-residence, James George.
A New Tool for Teaching Climate Change in the Cloud
ChronoZoom, an open-source-community project from Microsoft Research, makes it easy to collect, present, and manage a huge amount of educational resources.
Grudin’s Work Cited for ‘Lasting Impact’
Jonathan Grudin of Microsoft Research has been honored with the inaugural CSCW Lasting Impact Award for a paper he wrote in 1988. The award will be presented in Baltimore in February during the CSCW conference.
Learn How Microsoft Researchers Are Using Wearable Technology to Read Your Moods
Mary Czerwinski and Asta Roseway of Microsoft Research are investigating “affective computing,” systems that try to identify your current mood and react accordingly.
Office Remote Preview
An intriguing new project from Microsoft hints at future cross-platform interoperability.
Interactive Genomics: Querying Genomes Across the Cloud
When combined with information from medical records, genome data can be mined for new insights into treating disease.
Advance Your Presentation with Your Phone
Office Remote, a new Windows Phone Store app resulting from a collaboration between Microsoft Office and Microsoft Research, enables users to control their business or related presentations simply by touching the screen of a Windows Phone 8.
Symposium Celebrates Research Collaborations
Faculty members and graduate students joined representatives of Microsoft Research Asia in Hefei, China, Nov. 2 to discuss the future of data-intensive science.
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Duncan Watts, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research New York City, discusses how new ideas become so compelling that they are widely shared--or adopted.
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