New research has revealed that people’s behaviour is predictable from the social media data of as few as eight or nine of their friends.
Published today in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, a study from the University of Adelaide in Australia and the University of Vermont in the US has found that even where people have deleted their accounts they can be profiled from the information that can be drawn from their friends’ posts.
No more 'heads' or 'tails' in the Big Bash League. Instead, the batting order for a BBL match will be decided by the tried-and-tested method of backyard cricketers everywhere: the bat flip. But just how fair is that?
ACEMS Associate Investigator Dr Susanna Cramb has just been named a Superstar of STEM by Science & Technology Australia (STA).
Susanna is only one of 60 scientists chosen from around Australia to be a part of STA’s second cohort of Superstars of STEM. The program aims to smash society’s gender assumptions about scientists and increase the public visibility of women in STEM.
The ACEMS-involved project known as Virtual Reef Diver enters a new phase. In this project, you can now help researchers trying to help the Great Barrier Reef by providing your underwater shots of the reef.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has just named Prof Matt Roughan a 2018 Fellow.
Matt is a Chief Investigator for ACEMS at The University of Adelaide. The ACM is the world’s largest computing society, bringing together computing educators, researchers and professionals from many different countries.
A lunchtime chat ends with a breakthrough idea for ACEMS researchers at Monash University. That idea lands their latest research project in the most prestigious journal in physics, Physical Review Letters.
Why does ACEMS Chief Investigator Louise Ryan love her job so much?
Louise was featured by her home university of UTS in a story about her work, the career advice she has for anyone considering statistics, and why she feels the need now to give so much back to statistics.
How should 'impact' be measured in the mathematical sciences? It's a question that has taken on added importance in the last year, with the Australian Research Council unveiling its 'Engagement and Impact Assessment.' ACEMS Director Peter Taylor looks into this question with an article he wrote in AMSI's "The Update" publication.
ABC 7:30 featured Australian mathematics pioneer Alison Harcourt. ACEMS Chief Investigator Kate Smith-Miles was interviewed for the story and talked about the impact Ms Harcourt has had, and what she's meant to women in mathematics.