David Walker investigates how enlisting the joint observational powers of amateur astronomers through citizen science projects will help further our knowledge of the universe.
Join us as we discover just how much you share about yourself without saying a word. Experts will be showing you what your phone is saying about you, how you can avoid facial recognition technology, what data smells like, how to take holiday videos without lifting a finger and what your phone is singing to […]
Since the birth of the internet our ability to create and share data has step by step been reshaping our lives. In the last month the data revolution got serious, drawing the attention of leaders from around the world with the launch of a new Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data at the United Nations […]
Anne Petzold finds out what happens when an evolutionary biologist teams up with a music informaticist
Emma Brown finds that mountains may not be the shapes we thought they were – when considering wildlife habitat – and this may be good news
Tim Ellis examines how neuroimaging could lead to engineering an artificial human brain through advancing our understanding of consciousness
Coincidences happen, incredibly unlikely things occur, and the apparently miraculous comes about. The improbability principle says that such extraordinarily improbable events are commonplace.