A new paper in genome medicine showcases a new tool to monitor the clock in human blood.
There is a link that connects poverty, crime, health-related problems, employability, and extreme social disadvantage.
How scientists are using big data analysis to analyze the art of storytelling.
Cancer convergence intends to take the concept of multidisciplinary convergence and apply it to an open-access cancer research journal.
Improved solar cell efficiency (And improved cost of manufacture) Is one of the most critical factors in further developing solar energy.
The crystals, which are highly resistant to weathering, may provide our only means to examine the oldest geomagnetic field.
A recently published study in cognitive research: Principles and implications find the term ‘special needs’ to be an ineffective euphemism.
The frontier letter article published in earth, planets and space, reported a potential connection between the El-Nino southern oscillation (ENSO) And the upper atmosphere.
Social networks capture data about most aspects of the daily lives of millions of people around the world. The analysis of this rich and ready-available source of information can help us better understand the complex dynamics of society.
The buzz of busy commuters, as well as the lack of it, leave behind digital footprints that are rich in information about all aspects of people’s lives.
The era of “fake news” is upon us. Navigating social media is a constant exercise of judgement, but data science can be a helpful to distinguish real from fabricated trending topics.
Thomas Louail and Maxime Lenormand explain how they analyzed credit card transactions data to explore the flow of money in urban areas, discussing the ways in which this tool can help spread wealth more evenly among neighborhoods.
Every day we are faced with a deluge of information, and not all of it is mirrored in reality. How do we decide to accept something as the truth?
In an era of fleeting but constant contact with extended online communities, it is common to find yourself wondering: are your friends happier/more popular than you?
Big data associated with natural history collections provide invaluable but underutilized opportunities to prepare students to explore, understand, and resolve challenges such as global climate change.
Dr. Fatuma Boru Guyo tells us about the Borana people and how their social organization changed with colonization from the British, specifically in relation to women’s roles.