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The Microsoft Research blog shares stories of collaborations with computer scientists at academic and scientific institutions to advance technical innovations in computing, as well as related events, scholarships, and fellowships.

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  1. Calling all Internet of Things researchers…

    By Kenji Takeda, Solutions Architect and Technical Manager and Arjmand Samuel, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Research We are in the midst of an invisible revolution, with the promise of ubiquitous and pervasive computing not a dream but a newly emerging reality. The…

    July 2016

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  2. Microsoft fellowship program supports women in computing

    By Susan Dumais, Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research Women are woefully under-represented in computing-related fields. Despite earning more than half of all baccalaureate degrees throughout North America, women make up fewer than 20 percent of graduates in computer and information sciences,…

    July 2016

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  3. Harry Shum announces MSR Alumni Network

    By Harry Shum, Executive Vice President, Technology and Research, Microsoft Today we launched the Microsoft Research Alumni Network on LinkedIn as part of the 25th Anniversary of Microsoft Research (MSR). The LinkedIn group is dedicated to connecting the thousands of…

    July 2016

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  4. Microsoft Research Faculty Summit opens

    By Harold Javid, General Chair, Faculty Summit Microsoft Research’s annual Faculty Summit opened Wednesday with a series of talks about how technological innovation can benefit both business and society. In a fireside chat with Jeannette M. Wing, Microsoft's corporate vice president in…

    July 2016

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