Researchers find that empathy is a potent weapon when fighting misinformation online
Paper presents first large-scale experimental evidence on causal effects of strong and weak ties on job mobility
Multiple animal positioning system shows that group-housed mice influence the social proximity of mice reared in isolation
Analysis shows what can be done when data from different international observatories can be brought together in one place
The traditional image of a solitary researcher working in an isolated laboratory in pursuit of a scientific discovery is outdated. Today’s scientists are more social than ever, driven by the imperative to collaborate in order to innovate.
Southwell, the book's author, will kick off a series of public discussions on the book with a reading at The Regulator Bookshop in Durham, N.C., Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.
Berkeley Lab scientists image cell-to-cell connections between soil microbes.
Social networking sites allow recruiters to establish relationships with candidates while promoting their company and leveraging relationships into placements down the road.
As sites and tools for online networking and collaboration evolve, they are gaining a permanent place in most laboratories and businesses.