The race between innovation and obsolescence

Researchers introduce a mathematical model that connects innovation and obsolescence to unify insights across diverse fields, from economics and biology, to science itself.
Study Identifies Numerous Connections in Cybercrime Cases

Crimes related to cryptocurrencies are flooding law enforcement agencies. However, the challenge lies in navigating the vast amounts of data. Identifying connections between cases is crucial to prevent multiple agencies from working on the same incidents, says Bernhard H...
Data Gap in SARS-CoV-2 Cases in Animals

COVID-19 in animals? The question got lost in the shuffle during the ongoing global pandemic. A recent study by the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) and Vetmeduni Vienna now highlights a data gap: not even half of the known cases were officially reported.
New scientific methods for analyzing criminal careers

Researchers at the Complexity Science Hub have examined 1.2 million criminal incidents and developed an innovative method to identify patterns in criminal trajectories.
It's high time for alliances to ensure supply chain security

Understanding supply networks would have a significant impact: improving supply security, promoting and objectively monitoring of the green transition, strengthening human rights compliance, and reducing tax evasion. International alliances are needed for such an underst...
Criminal Activities Cause Losses of $30 Billion in the Crypto Sector

Digital financial products are increasingly coming under the crosshairs of cyberattacks. However, evidence-based results are not yet available regarding the actual magnitude of this threat. Researchers from the Complexity Science Hub and the University of Montreal have n...
Curbing violence in Mexico: Disrupting cartel recruitment holds the key, a new study finds.

Not through courts and not through prisons. The only way to reduce violence in Mexico is to cut off recruitment. Increasing incapacitation instead leads to both more homicides and cartel members, researcher Rafael Prieto-Curiel from the Complexity Science Hub and colleag...
Unlocking Urban Diversity: The Magnetism of Complex Amenities

Diversity fuels prosperity in cities, but where do people from diverse backgrounds meet? A study from the Complexity Science Hub now indicates that locations offering a range of rare shops and services may hold the key.
Why do some environmental shocks lead to disaster while others don't?

It's no longer just about stopping, but how we can live with climate change. To figure this out, we must delve into our cultures, as highlighted in a special issue of The Royal Society. A study by the Complexity Science Hub points out how our history could help guide the...
Der Wettlauf zwischen Innovation und Obsoleszenz

Wann hat der Fortschritt die Nase vorne, wann das Veralten? Forschende entwickeln ein mathematisches Modell, das Innovation und Obsoleszenz miteinander verbindet. So wollen sie Erkenntnisse von der Wirtschaft über die Biologie bis hin zur Wissenschaft selbst verknüpfen....
The race between innovation and obsolescence

Researchers introduce a mathematical model that connects innovation and obsolescence to unify insights across diverse fields, from economics and biology, to science itself.
Study Identifies Numerous Connections in Cybercrime Cases

Crimes related to cryptocurrencies are flooding law enforcement agencies. However, the challenge lies in navigating the vast amounts of data. Identifying connections between cases is crucial to prevent multiple agencies from working on the same incidents, says Bernhard H...
Data Gap in SARS-CoV-2 Cases in Animals

COVID-19 in animals? The question got lost in the shuffle during the ongoing global pandemic. A recent study by the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) and Vetmeduni Vienna now highlights a data gap: not even half of the known cases were officially reported.
New scientific methods for analyzing criminal careers

Researchers at the Complexity Science Hub have examined 1.2 million criminal incidents and developed an innovative method to identify patterns in criminal trajectories.
It's high time for alliances to ensure supply chain security

Understanding supply networks would have a significant impact: improving supply security, promoting and objectively monitoring of the green transition, strengthening human rights compliance, and reducing tax evasion. International alliances are needed for such an underst...
Criminal Activities Cause Losses of $30 Billion in the Crypto Sector

Digital financial products are increasingly coming under the crosshairs of cyberattacks. However, evidence-based results are not yet available regarding the actual magnitude of this threat. Researchers from the Complexity Science Hub and the University of Montreal have n...
Curbing violence in Mexico: Disrupting cartel recruitment holds the key, a new study finds.

Not through courts and not through prisons. The only way to reduce violence in Mexico is to cut off recruitment. Increasing incapacitation instead leads to both more homicides and cartel members, researcher Rafael Prieto-Curiel from the Complexity Science Hub and colleag...
Unlocking Urban Diversity: The Magnetism of Complex Amenities

Diversity fuels prosperity in cities, but where do people from diverse backgrounds meet? A study from the Complexity Science Hub now indicates that locations offering a range of rare shops and services may hold the key.
Why do some environmental shocks lead to disaster while others don't?

It's no longer just about stopping, but how we can live with climate change. To figure this out, we must delve into our cultures, as highlighted in a special issue of The Royal Society. A study by the Complexity Science Hub points out how our history could help guide the...
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