Network Earth

| February 22, 2016 | Leave a Comment


The world is a complicated place. Our planet is made up of millions of networks from microscopic ecosystems to global migration. How can we ever hope to understand and predict the complexity of our mulit-networked world? New research may be bringing us closer to an answer.

Based on the recently published article in Nature, Universal resilience patterns in complex networks by Jianxi GaoBaruch Barzel, and Albert-László Barabási, this 4k data visualisation was created by Mauro Martino, and Jianxi Gao (Northeastern University), published via Nature Video on 17th February 2016.

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