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Scientists decode what makes a New York Times bestseller

Northeastern network scientist Albert-László Barabási and his colleagues have developed a model that harnesses the power of early sales data to predict how many total copies a book will sell.…
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What if superconductors could work at room temperature?

In a paper published recently in Communications Physics, a Nature publication, Bansil and his colleagues describe a discovery that brings us closer to that elusive feat—what he described as the…
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How big data and the science of science can revolutionize discovery

Northeastern network scientists Albert-László Barabási and Alessandro Vespignani want to “push the pedal” on science and its benefit to society. In a paper published Thursday in the journal Science, they…
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May 3rd, 2018
YUFEI ZHAO Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Large Deviations and Exponential Random Graphs THU, MAY 3, 2018 2:00 pm 177 Huntington Avenue 11th Floor In the…