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From in-crowds to power couples, network science uncovers the hidden structure of community dynamics

By Mayank Kejriwal, Research Assistant Professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Southern California
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The world is a networked place, literally and figuratively. The field of network science is used today to understand phenomena as diverse as the spread of misinformation, West African trade and protein-protein interactions in cells.

Network science has uncovered several universal propertiesThe Conversation

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