The queer community is resilient. No matter what obstacles they encounter, their battle to live, pursue their passions, and contribute to society endures.
Most of European history is written on the skins of animals, transformed into a writing medium, which now represents one of the best historic biobanks in existence.
How does open access affect research and reporting?
The project “The Girl in the Spotlight” is a Mauritshuis initiative, and involves an international, collaborative team.
As artificial intelligence (AI) technology develops at breakneck speed, some worry that robots may take away jobs. A new research primer from the Journal of Organization Design looks at the current and future research landscape.
As women speak up against injustice, it is becoming clearer that the roots of their disadvantage might be deeper than categorical discrimination against them: it is not who they are, but what they do.
Information extraction is a major problem in the fields of natural language processing and web mining, in particular when it comes to evaluating domains where language cannot be taken at face value. In the study recently published on the journal applied network science, Mayank Kejriwal and Rahul Kapoor present a method that can potentially be used to assess the quality of information extraction systems in the analysis such domains, using the case of human trafficking. This article was published as part of the ongoing collection on modeling, analyzing and mining feature-rich networks.
No one would deny that the behavior of the people we know, and even of our own, can radically change depending on those who surround us. In epj data science, Alberto Aleta and Yamir Moreno peered into the world of online gaming looking to find clues to the dynamics of online crowds and what behaviors influence their outcomes.
Food consumption metrics predict neighbourhood prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
The mass media is one of the social forces with the most active transformative power.
Megalosaurus presents a powerful case study for conservation professionals.
The challenges faced by the freight transport sector—in the current context of climate change, pollution and congestion—are enormous.
If we want to change STEM representation for the better, we must address what can be changed within a system (e.g. professor attitudes and teaching styles) instead of placing the burden for change on underrepresented students conforming to a culture that was not necessarily designed with them in mind.
How much does someone’s living room tell about how they live?
During the past decade substantial progress has been made in improving road safety, but this development has not reached vulnerable road users (VRUs) as much as vehicle occupants
Our network analysis framework reveals several links between individuals’ social network structure, health-related behaviors, and other traits (e.g., personality or anxiety).