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News mining might have predicted Arab Spring

2011-09-13T13:55:12-0400

Signs of impending social and political change may lie hidden in a sea of news reports.(image)



A molecular calculator

2011-06-02T18:00:00-0400

DNA square-root solver is biggest molecular computer yet.



Quantum computing: The power of discord

2011-06-01T13:00:00-0400

Physicists have always thought quantum computing is hard because quantum states are incredibly fragile. But could noise and messiness actually help things along?



How to succeed with grant applications

2011-05-10T15:04:58-0400

As funding environments toughen, submitting more proposals is the best way to win grants.



Are scientific reputations boosted artificially?

2011-05-06T12:31:24-0400

Reputations emerge in a collective manner. But does this guarantee that fame rests on merit, asks Philip Ball.



Social science: Web of war

2011-04-04T09:25:00-0400

Can computational social science help to prevent or win wars? The Pentagon is betting millions of dollars on the hope that it will.



Maths polymath scoops Abel award

2011-03-23T18:11:09-0400

John Milnor wins 'Nobel of maths' for his manifold works.



The widget-free way to foamy stout

2011-03-08T13:32:31-0500

Fibrous coatings inside cans of stout could replace the froth-creating plastic spheres.



Testing the expanding Universe

2011-02-23T14:30:00-0500

A model of the cosmological constant invokes alternate realities.



Faculty members in conflict with president of Japanese university

2011-02-23T00:00:00-0500

Allegations over research results highlight the difficulties of investigating high-ranking administrators.



Science gender gap probed

2011-02-07T20:00:00-0500

Overt sexism is no longer the norm, but societal barriers remain for women in science.



Superfluid state for Galaxy's youngest neutron star?

2011-02-01T18:33:59-0500

A neutron star in Cassiopeia A could be cooling to form an exotic state of matter.



Oust species to save ecosystems

2011-01-25T16:31:03-0500

Network models might offer solution to cascading species loss.



How words get the message across

2011-01-24T20:00:00-0500

Languages are adapted to deliver information efficiently and smoothly.



Cultural goldmine lurks in digitized books

2010-12-16T19:00:00-0500

'Culturomics' uncovers fame, fortune and censorship from more than a century of words.