Content: Volume 9, Issue 3
How do people see, simplify, and solve problems?
Everyday life often gives us new problems to solve. For example, imagine flying back from a relaxing vacation and your return trip includes a layover in a new city. You’ve just landed at your connecting destination but learn that the next flight has been canceled.... click to read more
Three’s a crowd: group interactions in the real-world data, and how to find them
Time flies when you're having fun. But what if you could capture that flight of time and analyze it for patterns and trends? That's where time series data comes in. It's like a time capsule, capturing changes and patterns in various phenomena over time. Think... click to read more
Life after logging: the tale of recovering tropical forests
Tropical forests are incredibly important to the planet. They harbour vast amounts of biodiversity, and they store a large proportion of the Earth’s carbon. Tropical forests are, however, changing due to human activities, and human-modified forests are now more widespread than pristine old-growth forests in... click to read more
The diurnal habits of a long-gone Tibetan Owl
The daytime evolutionary history of owl has largely been hidden and not studied in depth before due to the lack of definite fossil evidence. Here, we found a new fossil owl skeleton embedded in more than six-million-year-old red clay deposited during the late Miocene Epoch... click to read more
Mathematical modeling and tumor avatars: What’s the link?
Illustration realized in the framework of a collaboration between the Image/Recit option of the HEAD (Haute École d'Art et de Design) - Genève and the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva.
Colorectal cancer figures among the most common and deadly cancers worldwide. With current... click to read more