Network researchers at Northeastern use anonymous cell-phone data to create a mathematical model that can predict human mobility
Northeastern and Harvard researchers say those brief icons of the social media age can be a tool to measure the national mood
Northeastern research team develops algorithm that could help us understand precisely how units in intricate biological and social networks interact
Facebook’s newest attempt to resolve the privacy issues raised by users is getting mixed reviews. Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science Alan Mislove, whose research focuses on how people … read more »
Weeklong NetSci 2010 begins at Northeastern with a focus on networks in the arts and humanities
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
Computer science professor says he only needs a mite of information to fill in Facebook users’ personal data—and he has created the algorithm to back it up
When it comes to the workings of the Web, the brain, or a social network, physics finds universal truths
Study concludes that online Town Halls increase voters’ support for lawmakers and participation in politics
Northeastern’s world-renowned network science center welcomes new scholar to its team. He plans to show how data collection can transform social sciences.
Northeastern physicist awarded the Cozzarelli Prize for coauthoring one of the six most outstanding scientific papers of last year.