At the world’s largest science conference, Northeastern scholars urged interdisciplinary communication to develop solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
Network scientists at Northeastern have designed an algorithm capable of identifying the subset of components that reveal a complex system’s overall nature.
Albert-László Barabási and his colleagues have developed a new mathematical algorithm that improves the predictive power of human behavioral patterns
Albert-László Barabási, Distinguished Professor of Physics, explains how he and his Northeastern colleagues are exploring complex networks that emerge in nature, science and technology.
Filippo Simini and Albert-László Barabási of the Center for Complex Network Research present a new model for mapping human mobility patterns that could lead to more accurate predictions of the spread of infectious diseases and even knowledge.
Northeastern is hosting an exhibit that showcases how mapmakers today are exploring what it means to visualize science: its principles and interconnections.
In a new study, Northeastern network scientists debunked the food-pairing hypothesis, which is based on the principle that foods that share flavor compounds taste better together.
Network scientists at Northeastern collaborate on first large-scale map of a plant’s protein network, which could one day help treat human disease.
Network scientists at Northeastern find that Google’s PageRank algorithm can reveal complex interactions in other kinds of networks, such as the human body.
Director of Northeastern’s Center for Complex Network Research wins recognition from science foundation based in Italy
In this month’s cover story in the journal Nature, Northeastern researchers provide a pathway to greater control of complex systems, including biological and social networks.
Network science researchers find that disasters trigger rapid rise in mobile communications, suggesting changes in emergency response policy
The latest paper from Northeastern’s Center for Complex Network Research provides a clearer picture of molecular interactions within cells, and their potential to cause disease
Renowned European artist meets renowned Northeastern physicist — and the result is on exhibit at International Village
People around the world can join the online effort to reveal Barabási’s latest book on networks—one word at a time
By establishing human predictability, Northeastern’s leading network scientists hope to address pressing public health and urban development challenges
Northeastern physicist awarded the Cozzarelli Prize for coauthoring one of the six most outstanding scientific papers of last year.
Network researchers at Northeastern predict that Bluetooth and MMS viruses could wreak havoc with any smartphone that gains significant market share.
Northeastern University physicist Albert-László Barabási has once again been recognized for his outstanding contributions to science. Joining a long list of award winners credited with historic contributions such as creating … read more »
Nature magazine cover story discusses revolutionary findings In a groundbreaking paper published as a cover story in this week’s Nature magazine, Northeastern University physicist Professor Albert-László Barabási and his team … read more »
Privacy of users protected by “anonymized” data survey Northeastern University Professor Albert-László Barabási and his team have done groundbreaking research into the nature of human mobility. The University is proud of … read more »
World-renownedPhysicist Receives Prestigious Honor for Exemplary Contributions to Interdisciplinary Science Boston, Mass. – Northeastern University physicist Albert-László Barabási has been elected into the Academia Europaea by members of the prestigious organization. … read more »
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