Of mice and men

The first animal experiment proves what big data analysis previously indicated: high doses of statins increase osteoporosis risk
Tweets regarding suicide prevention might prevent suicide

A scientific team led by Thomas Niederkrotenthaler and Hannah Metzler from Complexity Science Hub Vienna and MedUni Vienna  analysed approximately seven million postings on the topic of suicide and suicide prevention on Twitter. In the process, it was shown that content ...
Predicting the economic downturn during the pandemic

An international team of scientists developed a model in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic to forecast its economic impact. Their predictions turned out to be highly accurate
Yes we can!

Physicist Fariba Karimi and her team at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna revisited and analyzed the claims made by a ‘sexist’ senior scientist – who said, among other things, that women were less able at physics than men.
Researchers create computer risk model to tackle supply chain disruption

Using mobile phone data, a team at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna mapped an entire nation’s supply chain network. The computer model, which predicts what’s at stake if supply chains break down, can be easily implemented by other countries
Study unveils first global dataset for SARS-CoV-2 infections in animals

Structured data on the virus in animals is essential to further our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic and mitigate its spread at the human-animal interface, according to the authors of the paper published in Scientific Data
TRY TO BE A PIONEER

To find out how many scientists a region needs to become a leader in a discipline, researchers at Complexity Science Hub tracked millions of scientists moving across the globe. Their results: there is no critical mass, but you have to be a pioneer. Regions can catch up l...
Of mice and men

The first animal experiment proves what big data analysis previously indicated: high doses of statins increase osteoporosis risk
Tweets regarding suicide prevention might prevent suicide

A scientific team led by Thomas Niederkrotenthaler and Hannah Metzler from Complexity Science Hub Vienna and MedUni Vienna  analysed approximately seven million postings on the topic of suicide and suicide prevention on Twitter. In the process, it was shown that content ...
Predicting the economic downturn during the pandemic

An international team of scientists developed a model in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic to forecast its economic impact. Their predictions turned out to be highly accurate
Yes we can!

Physicist Fariba Karimi and her team at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna revisited and analyzed the claims made by a ‘sexist’ senior scientist – who said, among other things, that women were less able at physics than men.
Researchers create computer risk model to tackle supply chain disruption

Using mobile phone data, a team at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna mapped an entire nation’s supply chain network. The computer model, which predicts what’s at stake if supply chains break down, can be easily implemented by other countries
Study unveils first global dataset for SARS-CoV-2 infections in animals

Structured data on the virus in animals is essential to further our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic and mitigate its spread at the human-animal interface, according to the authors of the paper published in Scientific Data
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