Using data from more than 30 million people, Northeastern and Harvard experts have created an interactive look at how certain diseases interconnect.
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 »
Proteins make up the machinery of the cell. Their interaction with each other is responsible for how the cell functions within a living organism. Intrigued by what these interactions may … 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 »
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 »