A visualization designed by mapmaker David Garcia maps the 100 largest islands by size; each island in the image is colour-tinted to reflect its climate.
As our computational capacity and climate data grows, machine learning algorithms will become more sophisticated and therefore so will our projections.
Using the most recent Census Bureau data, a visualization has been created which shows how each U.S. state's population has changed over the last decade.
Fernanda Beigel from the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo makes the case that Latin America has the optimal conditions to create open science infrastructure.
MIT scientists are working on a more effective method of storing data using DNA, which can contain massive quantities at a very high density.
The natural world is an important source of medicines. PCR tests for COVID-19 are only effective due to a bacteria discovered in the Yellowstone National Park.
In 2015, the WWA launched a collaboration between climate scientists in the UK, Netherlands, France and beyond, to understand the causes of extreme weather.
These mapping efforts are helping to create conservation solutions, in order to encourage more migration and protect the ecological health of regions.
The method of Distributed Local Search improves the robot team’s performance by adding or removing individual robot’s trajectories from the group’s overall plan.
The World Development Report 2021, Data for Better Lives seeks to highlight and address inequalities with regards to data connectivity.
This research visualises the rural equivalent of heavily populated areas in America such as New York, offering a different perspective of the country.
William James originally proposed four basic emotions (fear, grief, love, and rage) which still form a considerable foundation for current frameworks.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the uptake of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies. People are reskilling and technology jobs are offering better job security.
Research shows that many women tend to perform roles that pay less per hour than men, such as care work, education, bank tellers, bookkeeping and payroll.