Press

Leveraging on science

   SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYTICS

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Destruction perfected – Nature News & Views and Paper

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naturephys_logConnections aren’t everything – Nature Physics Cover

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mitreview_logoThe Emerging Science of Superspreaders – MIT Technology Review

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physorg_logo‘Smaller is smarter’ in superspreading of influence in social network – phys.org

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CCNY team develops analytics to predict poll trends – EurekAlert Press Release

Physicists develop analytics to predict poll trends – Abomus Israel Press Release

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New Analytics Tool Can Accurately Predict Polling Results For Which Candidate Has The Most Support – M2 NOW Press Release

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Physicists Promise Accurate Election Predictions Using Twitter – Democracy Chronicles Press Release

Team develops analytics to predict poll trends – Innovation Toronto Press Release

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Twitter Can Predict The Presidential Election – NCC News Press Release

   BRAIN ANALYTICS

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naturephys_logInterconnected Networks Naturally Stable – Nature Physics Cover

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Why Natural Networks Are More Stable Than Man-Made Networks – CUNY Press Release

<p>Las redes neuronales se conectan siguiendo una topología que maximiza la estabilidad, un ejemplo para las redes creadas por el hombre. / <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/birthintobeing/11841180046/in/photolist-j3n9hE-6fLQ4u-5J4uci-epqjXb-75SmyS-4v1pXb-efmaRg-4m9vic-2WE92-8eisF6-4JcJ4G-8dvG3G-tPh5-q8n7e-7EAC3X-m93ET4-7ST91p-7gVQDj-brous1-8jwa63-7gRf7M-8emKtG-7ST91r-5JiBVU-9VWTjy-a3vLiF-55wUVz-a4UhJa-boovFk-7PKSWh-9JCBMe-efrVcy-53JJbM-7gXAf1-bx1iPV-defPgj-6dVuFN-cUjTYd-8YVKFz-axSKMD-9ff4DS-bgjtDK-dPRs1W-bxvKyF-jxNK4h--gKzo2g-7aC9da-7dm8ka-6w9zwS/" target="_self">Birth Into Being</a></p>

Desvelan por qué las redes naturales son más estables que las humanas – SINC Press Release

Reconstrucción tractográfica de las conexiones neurales a través de imagen por resonancia magnética. Fuente: Wikimedia Commons.

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¿Por qué Internet debería imitar al cerebro, y la economía a la naturaleza? – Tendencias Científicas Press Release

Esquema de las conexiones internas de una red (rojo) y las conexiones entre redes (azul) en el cerebro y en una red eléctrica.

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Tus neuronas mejorarán las redes que mueven el mundo – El País Press Release

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A estabilidade do cérebro – Pesquisa FAPESP Press Release

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Diseñan redes tecnológicas mediante experimentos con el cerebro humano – ABC.es Press Release

   HEALTH CARE ANALYTICS

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Collective behavior in the spatial spreading of obesity – Scientific Reports Paper

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Environmental Factors Spread Obesity, CCNY-Led Team Reports – CCNY Press Release

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Environmental factors spread obesity, study shows – ScienceDaily Press Release

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Obesity map hints at collective behavior – ScienceBlog Press Release

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Obesity’s Spread Across America Looks Like a Virus – The Atlantic: CityLab Press Release

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Environmental factors spread obesity, study reports – Medicalxpress Press Release

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Are Supermarkets To Blame For The Obesity Epidemic? – Care2 Press Release

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Large cities are less green – Scientific Reports Paper

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Do Large Cities Produce More CO2 Per Capita Than Small Ones? – MIT Technology Review Press Release

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Large Cities Are Less Green: True or False? – NextCity Press Release

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City links: the best of the web – The Guardian Press Release

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Statistical Signs of Social Influence on Suicides – Arxiv Paper

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There’s Something About Cities and Suicide – The Atlantic Press Release

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Cities, Networks, and the Counterintuitive Nature of Suicide – MIT Technology Review Press Release

Lonelier People Better Off In Big City?

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Suicide Rate Lower In Big Cities, As Lonely Find Some Solace – Medical Daily Press Release

   NETWORK SCIENCE

Self-similarity of complex networks – Nature Paper

Romanesque networks – Nature News & Views

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Sizing Up Complex Webs: Close or far, many networks look the same – ScienceNews Press Release

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