We use mathematical models and computer simulations to study how information flows through the world.
Our work on these questions leads us through evolutionary biology, animal behavior, philosophy of biology, network theory, epidemiology, and even into domains of the social sciences such as economics and bibliometrics.
January 22, 2013. A news piece in Nature highlights our Eigenfactor tool for evaluating the cost of open access publications.
January 14, 2013. A recent Scientific American story highlights our signaling work.
October 22, 2012. Our JSTOR gender composition browser illustrates gender patterns of authorship across nearly two million papers in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.