Meet Five Dynamic Microsoft Women Inspiring Change in Technology
Rane Johnson of Microsoft Research is one of five women featured in an article that commemorates International Women's Day, which celebrates women who have and will change the world.
Microsoft-Backed F# Language Surges in Popularity
The functional programming language, ranked 69th a year ago, threatens to crash the top 10 in Tiobe's rankings.
2014 Microsoft Research Ph.D. Scholarship Projects Announced
Microsoft Research has announced the winners of its 2014 Ph.D. Scholarship Programme.
What Makes Art Popular? Science Says It's Luck, and the Opinion of Others
You'd like to think that artistic merit drives commercial success. Unsurprisingly, a new study says that artworks gain popularity based on social influence--and chance.
ChronoZoom and Zombies Head to SXSWedu
Curriculum designer David Hunter will present his Zombie-Based Learning Curriculum as part of a ChronoZoom presentation during the upcoming SXSWedu event.
Select Students’ Summer Plans: Big Apple, Big Data
Hoping to increase diversity within the computer-science community, researchers from New York City are organizing the Microsoft Research Data Science Summer School.
Massive Evolution to Take Place in the Way Mobiles Are Used: P Anandan, Microsoft Research India
P Anandan of Microsoft Research India says there's no reason why you must hold a mobile phone to your ear or why it can't be used to help a poor person located remotely take medication in timely fashion.
Networked Teens Are Far from Doomed, New Book Says
Author Danah Boyd says today's teenagers are just using existing tech to do "what teens have always done."
Chatting with the Author of ‘It’s Complicated’
While preparing for the publication date of her new book, “It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens,” ethnographer danah boyd of Microsoft Research took a few minutes to discuss what she does and how she does it.
DataUp Rises to New Curatorial Heights
DataUp, an award-winning program for data curation, is now better than ever, thanks to a significant upgrade.
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