Satellite data on nighttime lights used to validate broad, macroeconomic theories of economic convergence and divergence.
Studying winners of 137 science prizes, we show that the occasional “gamble” for impact is a plausible reason for levels of risk-taking.
Here, we present a health research opportunity index (health ROI) to measure the misalignment of biomedical needs and resources.
Analysis of 20 million biomedical articles used to construct the most complete picture yet of the network of biomedical science.
Lynne G. Zucker
How do we create knowledge about the Big Questions?
What makes some ideas long-lived and highly generative?
In what ways do formal scientific models, as well as popular, cultural intuitions, shape scientific discovery?
What makes someone a great scientist or inventor
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