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Read the latest feature stories, news, and press releases about Microsoft Research.

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    A Microsoft Research team led by Mary Czerwinski has examined when computer users are stressed and pound on their keyboards and mice, with the goal of developing computing systems that can help minimize the stress.

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    The next time you get a good answer from a web search, you can thank Susan Dumais ’75.

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    The next generation of women leaders in computing band together to discuss the way forward.

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    Peter Lee, head of Microsoft Research, discusses a variety of subjects, including Google X and how his researchers are helping to define the future of computing.

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    Peter Lee, head of Microsoft Research, discusses a variety of subjects, including Google X and how his researchers are helping to define the future of computing.

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    On May 5, in New York’s Flatiron District, Microsoft Research New York City opened its doors to give the world a glimpse of what its data scientists are up to.

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    More than 250 thought gathered in Viña del Mar, Chile, on May 7 for the first day of the Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit 2014.

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    Vast amounts of data and insane computational power are transforming what we know about how people interact with each other, but social scientists are trying to refine methods for coping with the deluge.

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    David Rothschild of Microsoft Research, is an economist interested in how markets develop over time regarding events from the World Cup to the U.S. presidential elections.

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    You might hate your open office--or love it. But does enough of your office agree with you?

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    The Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems covered just about every current issue related to those fields.

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  • 05/15/14--09:29: What If Coding Were a Game?
  • Code Hunt, a browser-based game for those interested in learning to code, makes it fun to explore coding solutions.

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    Representatives from Microsoft Research and leading Chilean universities discussed their shared interest in innovative software technologies in early May.

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    On May 19, Microsoft Research and Inria, the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, renewed their commitment to continue collaborating at the Microsoft Research-Inria Joint Centre.

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    Some programming events have become so male-centric that they don't even have women's bathrooms. The International Women’s Hackathon looks to get more women coding in a friendlier environment--while working on projects to get even more women coding.

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    The program designed to introduce children of color to tech and math comes to Portland.

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    A team from Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft Research has shown that it is possible to automate compliance checks to ensure that millions of lines of code in Web-scale systems operate in ways consistent with privacy promises.

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  • 05/22/14--14:30: General Agreement
  • Leslie Lamport's contribution of logical clocks has had profound effects on the evolution of distributed systems and led, in part, to his being named the recipient of the 2013 ACM A.M. Turing Award.

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    Machine-translation efforts at Microsoft are contributing an app for Skype that enables real-time conversations that break down language barriers.

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    Michael Isard, Derek Murray, and Frank McSherry of Microsoft discuss Naiad, an open-source, .NET-based platform for high-throughput, low-latency data analysis.

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