Prenatal malnutrition increases diabetes incidence later in life

Early malnutrition increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and other diseases later in life. In a recent study, researchers at the Complexity Science Hub and Medical University of Vienna showed this to be true.
Researchers map Austria's pig trade network for the first time

The transfer of pigs from one place to another poses the risk of spreading infectious diseases. Knowing how holdings (e.g., farms, markets, etc.) are connected is therefore of crucial importance. In a study by the Complexity Science Hub, the University of Veterinary Medi...
Turkey: researchers find signs of electoral fraud in the runoff election

At the end of May, Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the runoff election for the presidency in Turkey with around 52 percent of the vote. After researchers from the Complexity Science Hub found signs of election manipulation in the first round of voting, a current study shows sim...
Why Saudi Arabia's "The Line" is not a revolution in urban living

What some consider an ideal ecological city, others call a promotional gimmick. Researchers from the Complexity Science Hub now show why The Line should not be a showcase for future cities. 
Indirect effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict revealed: global food availability at risk

192 countries and 125 different foods: A recent study by the Complexity Science Hub reveals interdependencies in the global food supply. Here, the researchers uncovered the profound - also indirect - effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
One third of patients with diabetes in Austria discontinue treatment

A research team led by the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna has analysed the actual prevalence of Type 2 diabetes in Austria for the first time as part of a study. In addition to identifying clear regional differences, an alarming and pr...
Obesity increases risk of mental disorders

Being obese significantly increases the chances of also developing mental disorders. This applies to all age groups, with women at higher risk than men for most diseases, a recent study of the Complexity Science Hub and the Medical University of Vienna shows. 
Researchers create new classification of chess openings

Using real data from an online chess platform, scientists of the Complexity Science Hub and the Centro Ricerche Enrico Fermi (CREF) studied similarities of different chess openings. Based on these similarities, they developed a new classification method which can complem...
The anatomy of the current antibiotic shortage

Global supply shortages of antibiotics are currently on the rise. A study by the Complexity Science Hub in collaboration with the newly founded Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria (ASCII) now deciphers the causes of the shortage: First and foremost, the increasin...
New study uncovers the Causes of the Qing Dynasty's Collapse

Prenatal malnutrition increases diabetes incidence later in life

Early malnutrition increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and other diseases later in life. In a recent study, researchers at the Complexity Science Hub and Medical University of Vienna showed this to be true.
Researchers map Austria's pig trade network for the first time

The transfer of pigs from one place to another poses the risk of spreading infectious diseases. Knowing how holdings (e.g., farms, markets, etc.) are connected is therefore of crucial importance. In a study by the Complexity Science Hub, the University of Veterinary Medi...
Turkey: researchers find signs of electoral fraud in the runoff election

At the end of May, Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the runoff election for the presidency in Turkey with around 52 percent of the vote. After researchers from the Complexity Science Hub found signs of election manipulation in the first round of voting, a current study shows sim...
Why Saudi Arabia's "The Line" is not a revolution in urban living

What some consider an ideal ecological city, others call a promotional gimmick. Researchers from the Complexity Science Hub now show why The Line should not be a showcase for future cities. 
Indirect effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict revealed: global food availability at risk

192 countries and 125 different foods: A recent study by the Complexity Science Hub reveals interdependencies in the global food supply. Here, the researchers uncovered the profound - also indirect - effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
One third of patients with diabetes in Austria discontinue treatment

A research team led by the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna has analysed the actual prevalence of Type 2 diabetes in Austria for the first time as part of a study. In addition to identifying clear regional differences, an alarming and pr...
Obesity increases risk of mental disorders

Being obese significantly increases the chances of also developing mental disorders. This applies to all age groups, with women at higher risk than men for most diseases, a recent study of the Complexity Science Hub and the Medical University of Vienna shows. 
Researchers create new classification of chess openings

Using real data from an online chess platform, scientists of the Complexity Science Hub and the Centro Ricerche Enrico Fermi (CREF) studied similarities of different chess openings. Based on these similarities, they developed a new classification method which can complem...
The anatomy of the current antibiotic shortage

Global supply shortages of antibiotics are currently on the rise. A study by the Complexity Science Hub in collaboration with the newly founded Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria (ASCII) now deciphers the causes of the shortage: First and foremost, the increasin...
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