Microsoft looking for Kenmore residents to participate in study

The goal of the study is to better understand people’s perceptions and experiences with the air around them.

  • Tuesday, July 30, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

Microsoft Research is conducting a study to better understand people’s perceptions and experiences with the air around them.

The group is looking for people who have been living in Kenmore for at least one year to participate. During this study, participants will answer questions about their experiences living in Kenmore and their neighborhood, as well as draw and annotate important features of the city on a map.

The study will be held in a public space in Kenmore sometime through Aug. 4 and is expected to take about 90 minutes. Participants will receive a $50 gift card from Microsoft after completing the study.

To sign up, complete a screening survey here aka.ms/air-quality and direct questions to Microsoft at AirQualityResearch@microsoft.com.

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