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A friendlier Facebook

  Online social inter­ac­tions have cre­ated an entirely new way for humans to interact, and the stan­dard oper­ating pro­ce­dures don’t work. We don’t get the imme­diate feed­back we do with face-​​​​to-​​​​face […]

Get the picture? New high-​​res images show brain activity like never before

Researchers in Northeastern’s Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Affec­tive Sci­ence Lab­o­ra­tory have cre­ated the highest-​​resolution image of the human brain stem in action. It could ulti­mately help sci­en­tists explore the grounds of human emo­tion like never before.

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Twitter in the city

A couple weeks ago I wrote a story about some work related to the Boston Marathon bomb­ings that net­work sci­en­tists in David Lazer’s lab are working on. They’re asking Android […]

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A radar for emotion

Engi­neers are good at tracking things. That’s according to North­eastern grad­uate stu­dent, Sarah Brown. As a fellow of Draper Lab­o­ra­tory in Cam­bridge, Brown is col­lab­o­rating with researchers at both Draper […]

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What’s the difference between sad and angry?

How are you feeling right now? Can you pin­point the spe­cific emo­tions? Maybe a little excited that it’s almost the weekend, but also sad because it’s raining out­side and you […]