Entries on ‘Article’

2 Feb 2012

Iain’s work cited on “What’s next”, the innovation blog on CNN.com

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Iain's work on swarming, migration and cannibalism in Desert Locust is cited in an article posted on "What's next", the innovation blog at CNN.com. In this article, CNN journalist John D. Sutter describes the latest advances on predicting the next massive migration events in this insect species that can have major consequences for local populations. […]

17 Dec 2011

Media attention following our recent Science paper

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Our recent article, "Uninformed Individuals Promote Democratic Consensus in Animal Groups" (Couzin et al., 2011), published Science has attracted attention from the mainstream media. Hereafter is a non-exhaustive list of articles that we have found mentioning our work on the role of uninformed individuals during consensus decision-making in group-living animals.
Please note that these commentaries may […]

1 Nov 2011

Iain Couzin on CNN Tech

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On Monday October 24th, CNN Tech (the technology and science section of the CNN website) has published an article about the recent PopTech Conference that was held in Camden, Maine. In this article, journalist John D. Sutter presents the works of "5 fascinating people", and among them is Iain, whose picture during his talk was […]

9 Jan 2011

Sepideh Bazazi makes the cover of Proceedings of the Royal Society B

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The article published by Sepideh Bazazi and collaborators in the February 7, 2011, issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society B will make the cover of the magazine. Congrats Sepideh!
In this article, Sepideh presents experimental and model data linking the nutritional state of locusts with their mass migration behavior. The article can be found here. Hereafter […]

9 Sep 2010

Iain Couzin and Vishwesha Guttal in The NY Times

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Felicity Barringer published in the Green blog (online edition of The New York Times) an article about the last paper of Iain and Vishwesha in PNAS. Hereafter are the first sentences of Felicity Barranger’s post:

Using the tools afforded by the study of applied mathematics and evolutionary biology, two Princeton researchers have shown that migratory animals […]