In a move that must make Facebook feel a touch ill, Twitter is yet again at the center of the world's attention. Well, who would ever watch "Keeping Up With The Syrians"?
Satellite imaging of nighttime lights helps track the migration and clustering of people, giving researchers the data they need to calculate the risk of outbreaks of infectious diseases such as measles and meningitis.
A team out of the University of Leeds has already produced molecular signatures for two forms of a childhood respiratory-disease virus, and plans many more.
Semiannual report from consulting firm attempts to "get a sense of where the public is" on security.
Computer scientists find that monitoring microblogging services such as Twitter is more effective and less expensive than the old-fashioned "syndromic surveillance" approach in predicting outbreaks.
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Department of Defense commissions "serious game" to prepare for the next influenza pandemic.
Institute updates treatise on biological warfare.
A list of charities including how to text the Red Cross and other charitable organizations.