New algorithm gives credit where credit is due (H. W. Shen et al.), a review by Northeastern NEWS
NetSci x2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from January 14-16, 2015
Northeastern News: Groundbreaking research maps cultural history
"Human symptoms–disease network" is FEATURED in MedicalExpress.com (7/18/14)
Research Fortnight - P. Deville, et al on page 12 (05/28/14)
The Economist features CAREER ON THE MOVE in "Academic Prestige: Why Climb the Greasy Pole?"
Discover more on CAREER ON THE MOVE in iNSolution Research Blog, Northeastern, by A. Herring in "The science of a career".
Northeastern celebrates scholarly excellence ("selfies" included)
Art Exhibit title "Nightfall" by Botond Részegh in Gallery 360
TONIGHT at 5:30 PM: A Conversation with Albert-László Barabási and artist-in-residence Botond Részegh, moderated by Isabel Meirelles (Feb. 28th).
SUCCESS with the installation of the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science!
The Science of Success – will be presented by Professor László Barabási on the occasion of his installation as the Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science from Northeastern University's COS and CCIS on Feb. 23rd.
Book Review by A.-L. Barabási in Science Mag.'s January 24th issue -- Bordering Fiction
Hot stuff, a Nature Physics editorial
2PHYSICS.COM features University in Networks by Barzel and Barabasi
June 17, 2013 -- Science of Success lectures are now online!
VIDEO of Hungarian President Áder's visit to Northeastern
Hungarian President János Áder's visits Northeastern University and the Barabási Lab on October 24th
Science: Quantifying long-term scientific impact, by D. Wang, et al. (10/04)
Physics World on "5 people who are changing how we do physics", 10/03
Barabasi in POLITICO, September 30, 2013
J.-H. Zhao, et al in Nature Communications, Sept. 9th
Nature, August 22nd -- Working Together by S. Suweis, F. Simini, J. R. Banavar and A. Maritan
Barabási and Networks on - scienceforthepublic.org
Tao Jia and Laszlo Barabasi in Scientific Reports on "Control capacity and a random sampling method in exploring controllability of complex networks"
Barzel, et al. A wiring diagram for disease by A. Herring of news@Northeastern
T. Jia, et al. in Nature Communications, June 18th
The One Billion Map
Barabási WAHLS Lecture in the -- NIH Record (pub. April 12, 2013)
Phys.org NEWS: Through a sensor, clearly: Complex systems made observable, by S. M. Dambrot (Mar 7th), Y.-Y. Liu, et al, PNAS 01/28/13
Physics Today: Special Issue on Networks and Finance
NU iNSolution Twitter on "Network Science" by Barabasi
Barabási in "Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society"
Nature NEWS: Influential few predict behaviour of the many (Feb. 18th), Y.-Y. Liu, et al, PNAS 01/28/13
Observability in complex networks - Online Now!
Y.-Y. Liu et al -- in PRL "Core percolation on complex networks"
LazerLAB in the Economist -- Moneybombs!
Nature Correspondence: Impact Disparity - 1% Percent
M. Martino in Northeastern's iNSolution Research Blog
Control centrality and hierarchical structure in complex networks by Y.-Y. Liu, et al. in Faculty of 1000
AAAS 2013: Control Engineering of Brain in Health and Disease with A.-L. Barabasi, J. G. Ojemann, & S. J. Schiff (Session #5890)
AAAS 2013: Predictability: From Physical to Data Science with D. Helbing, C. Song, M. Gonzalez, A. Vespignani, D. Brockman & B. Szymanski (Session #5856)
Barabasi at the Museum of Science, Boston - Our Internal Landscapes (this event is free, but you must register)
POLITICS: The Forest of Advocacy (LazerLab at Northeastern)
Caldarelli on "The Longevity of Rankings" in APS - Physics (regarding Blumm, et al.)
F. Papadopoulos, M. Kitsak, et al. on "Popularity versus similarity in growing networks" in the September's 13th issue of Nature.
CHECK-OUT Barabasi's article "Network Science: Luck or Reason" in reference to Papadopoulos, et al in the September 13th issue of Nature.
TEDMED: Network Science and Public Healthy by A.-L. Barabási
A. Vespignani - check out his video on the spread of emerging diseases
New iBook titled, Network Science -- Available NOW!
Welcome to NetSci High!
PLoS: International Agro-Food Trade Network, UN Databases
Barabási News in Spain from La Vanguardia.com
NU News: Designing a ‘star-making’ foreign-language learning program (Professor's Meirelles and Patel)
NetSci High: Network Science for High School (H. E. Stanley, P. Trunfio, and S. Uzzo)
iTunes Video Talk by Barabási (#4) in Singapore at "More is Different: A Conference on Complexity"
Barabási research in WSJ, "Genes May Link Disparate Diseases"
M. Cebrian, et al. in PopSci Q&A on Tracking Down International Jewel Thieves Via Facebook (www.tag-challenge.com)
F. Simini et al. in NEU News
Northeastern University: What is network science?
Harvard FOCUS: Dawn of Social Networks
Nature Physics Insight – Complexity: The network takeover by A.-L. Barabasi
Barabási receives honorary degree from Technical University of Madrid
PopSci November Issue: This Man Could Rule the World [PDF]
Marta González at University of Maryland for TEDx
Cambridge Nights: Interview with László Barabási and others.
Vespignani: Forecasting the future of health and science, by NEU News
Lazer, et al. Using Twitter To Tap Into The Mood Of The Planet
WIRED: Infographic: You just got Slashdotted
Northeastern NEWS: Google algorithm links to cancer detection (G. Ghoshal, et al.)
NY TIMES: Stanford Literary Lab lead by Franco Moretti
Barabási in the News: 2011 Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize Recipient
Click here for the Lagrange-CRT Foundation Website
Sciencemag.org: Scientific Link-up Yields "Control Panel" for Networks
Science News: Networks dominated by rule of the few
MITnews: How to control complex networks
Checkout the May 13th MIT homepage!
news@Northeastern: Getting inside the control mechanisms of complex systems
NY TIMES: The Art of Economic Complexity by Hidalgo and Simoes
Dailywired.it: Facebook e neuroni si controllano nello stesso modo
Interview in Helsingin Sanomat about Nordic Physics Days March 2011 (in Finnish).
WIRED: Networked Networks Are Prone to Epic Failure
Bagrow and D. Wang in Northeastern News!
IEEE: Social Networking- One of the top 11 technologies of the decade
NetSci2011's CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Deadline Friday, May 6th
HES70: Horizons in Emergence and Scaling, honoring the 70th Birthday of H. Eugene Stanley
NetSci 2011: International School and Conference on Network Science
APS March Meeting in Dallas, Texas - Networks
Wikileaks, conspiracies and scale-free networks
Forbes.com: The Visual Human Development Index by Hidalgo and Simoes
CS Monitor: Cell phone virus attacks 1 million cell phone users
Hackers Hijack 1 Million China Cell Phone
Computer Networks Special Issue on "Complex Dynamic Networks: Tools and Methods"
Royal Society Webcast: A.-L. Barabasi on Network Science
The Edge-Serpentine Gallery: Maps of the 21st Century
NewScientist: Cellphones reveal emerging disease outbreaks
Northeastern NEWS: Doing the math on where people go, by C. Song et al.
Brockman in Nature Physics "News&Views"▬ The physics of where to go
NEW PAPER: C. Song et al, Modelling the scaling properties of human mobility
IEEE Special Issue on Complex Networks
NY Times: Tracking the National Mood Through Twitter
America: Are you happy?
Live Interview Fox News: America’s moods mapped using Twitter
Bursts makes NPR's list of Summer Books 2010
Wired UK, Barabási Lab and BIG data
Complex networks made simpler from NU Press
World Physics: You're so predictable
Barabási in Wired - 6.1.2010
New paper in PRL by Bianconi (S. Bradde et al.)
Discover’s Cosmic Variance blogged about Bursts
In the Huffington Post: "Bursts," Can Human Behavior Be Predicted And Controlled?
In the Wall Street Journal: Hurry Up and Wait!
Press Release: At the nexus of art and science by Northeastern
BOTOND RESZEGH - Visiting Artist at Northeastern's Department of Art+Design and the Center for Complex Network Research
Call for Papers, IEEE Network Magazine, Special Issue on Network Science
Northeastern World History Graduate Conference: Networks and Connections
FAQs on Limits of Predictability on Human Mobility by C. Song, et al.
On NPR TODAY—Cell Phone Data: Can You Track Me Now?
AOL NEWS—Study Makes It Official: People Are So Predictable
New Scientist: Cellphone traces reveal you're so predictable
Limits of Predictability in Human Mobility lead by C. Song, et al.
Science Podcasts: A Barabási Interview
Northeastern News: Human behavior is 93 percent predictable
Human Activity – From the Renaissance to the 21st Century by Maximilian Schich, et al.
Ginestra Bianconi: Physics rules network dynamics
David Lazer: Network scientist analyzes life's 'digital breadcrumbs'
Just released: Network Workbench Tool 1.0.0
Schich Lehmann Park 2008 on O'Reilly Radar
Email patterns can predict impending doom (R. Menezes)
Pu Wang in Notre Dame News
PBS News Hour on Human Mobility
Nature's April 23 issue on Gonzalez, et al. from June '08: News Feature & Commentary
Lisa Zyga writes in Physorg.com "Researchers Build World's Largest Disease Association Network"
SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Once smartphones become truly common, so will the viruses that attack them
Northeastern and Harvard University announce the release of the largest disease association database ever built in PLoS Computational Biology by Hidalgo, et al.
SCIENCE EXPRESS REPORTS - P. Wang, et al on "mobile phone viruses"
2009 Dragon China Silver Award (History/Humanities), Real Pictures and Essential Media&Entertainment (Australia) "CONNECTED: How Kevin Bacon Cured Cancer"
D.-S. Lee, J. Park, K. Kay, et al are Cozzarelli Prize recipients for PNAS paper, volume 105 (2008)
2/15/09 is the U.S. air date of "CONNECTED - The Power of Six Degrees"
SEED MAGAZINE: László Barabási & James Fowler video discussion by The Seed Salon!
PNAS disease map in Wired Magazine
Hidalgo on the visualization of networks in the December issue of Physics World
Complex Systems Conference Spurs Research
Barabasi-Albert 1999: 5th most highly cited paper in physics of the past decade.
M. Gonzalez co-organizer of NIPS 2008 Workshop in Vancouver, Canada.
NEC C&C Foundation Awards 2008: C&C Prize to Prof. Albert-László Barabási
The documentary premier of "CONNECTED - The Power of Six Degrees" is announced!
Washington Post, Aug. 2nd: Instant-Messangers Really Are About Six Degrees from Kevin Bacon, by Whoriskey
NATURE, June 5th: Gonzalez, Hidalgo and Barabasi
NetSci 2008: For updates click here!
Article from Science News - Hidalgo et al., Science 317
March 19th: CCNR's Gulbache & Northestern's Motter in ScienceDaily.com reported from Molecular Sys. Biology 4:128
NY Times: What Is Distant Reading
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