Photography by Dan DeLong in Redmond, Washington, John Brecher in New York, Jonathan Banks in Cambridge, U.K., Dana J. Quigley in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Mahesh Bhat in Bangalore, India, Michael Svoboda in San Diego, California, and Tong Wang in Beijing.

Microsoft researchers share predictions for 2017 and 2027

In celebration of the worldwide Computer Science Education Week, Microsoft has tapped 17 women within its global research organization for their views on what’s likely … Read more »

Keith Salmon and Neel Joshi stand in front of Salmon's paintings of Hells Canyon

Making visual art more accessible with sound interpretation

A well-known Scottish landscape painter, Keith Salmon creates ethereal, moody abstracts of skylines and mountains inspired by the rugged highlands in his country. Trained in … Read more »

Illustration of a laptop with a Minecraft screen and coding on the right frame

Teachers: Here are 7 ways to help your students explore coding

If you’re an educator who wants to help your students learn how to code and explore programming, the Microsoft in Education blog has posted seven … Read more »