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Recent Media Hits

2019:  
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: How Big is the Gender Gap in Science Research Funding? (May 2019)
Voice of America Voice of America: Study: Female Researchers Get Less Financial Support than Males (April 2019)
JotForm JotForm Blog: Organizations don’t run out of good ideas - they overlook them (April 2019)
QRIUS QRIUS: To land top jobs, women need different types of networks than men (April 2019)
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune: Big data is a big deal: KPMG will use an entire floor of Aon Center to help clients with emerging technologies (April 2019)
Entrepreneur Entrepreneur: Ladies, Here's How You Can Network To Attain Leadership Positions (April 2019)
Forbes Forbes: Women, Our Success May Rely On One Another (March 2019)
U.S. News & World Report U.S. News & World Report: Funding Gap Leaves Women Scientists at a Lifelong Disadvantage: Study (March 2019)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Take 5: How to Build a Collaborative Workplace (March 2019)
Forbes Forbes: Why Women Need To Network Differently Than Men To Get Ahead (March 2019)
Science Science: Men get larger first NIH grants, but is the news all bad for female scientists? (March 2019)
Ars Technica Ars Technica: New study suggests women may be getting less money to start labs (March 2019)
Smithsonian Smithsonian: Women in Science Receive Less Grant Money Than Their Male Peers (March 2019)
Inverse Inverse: Study Reveals Size of US Government's Gender Pay Gap for Scientists (March 2019)
WTTW WTTW: Female Scientists Receive $40K Less in Federal Funding Than Men (March 2019)
Pacific Standard Pacific Standard: New Female Scientists Get $40,000 Less in Federal Grants Than New Male Ones, Study Finds (March 2019)
Crain's Chicago Business Crain's Chicago Business: Female scientists get less federal funding than men (March 2019)
Inside Higher Ed Inside Higher Ed: Smaller Pots for Women (March 2019)
Reuters Reuters: Female scientists get smaller first-time grants than men (March 2019)
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune: Female scientists receive on average about $40,000 less in federal funding (March 2019)
New York Times New York Times: Another Obstacle for Women in Science: Men Get More Federal Grant Money (March 2019)
Northwestern News Northwestern Now: Women scientists get less federal funding than men (March 2019)
Inc. Inc.: This Simple Networking Trick Can Double How Much Women Make, According to a New Study of 4 Million Emails (March 2019)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: To Land Top Jobs, Women Need Different Types of Networks than Men (March 2019)
The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal: The Key to Building a Successful Team (February 2019 - PDF VERSION)
Fortune Fortune: Broadsheet February 26 (February 2019)
HBR Harvard Business Review: Research: Men and Women Need Different Kinds of Networks to Succeed (Article by Brian Uzzi, February 2019)
Forbes Forbes: Why Having An 'Inner Circle' Is The Best Thing For Your Career (February 2019)
HBR Harvard Business Review: Women Are Winning More Scientific Prizes, But Men Still Win the Most Prestigious Ones (Article by Brian Uzzi, February 2019)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Who Gets Blamed When a Group Project Goes Wrong? (February 2019)
The Daily Northwestern

The Daily Northwestern: Women benefit from close-knit group of women in workplace, NU study says (February 2019)

Fast Company Fast Company: Women need other women to get ahead in the workplace, says science (January 2019)
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune: Climbing the corporate ladder: Women need a female inner circle, men benefit from networking with everyone, study finds (January 2019)
Good Morning America

Good Morning America: Women need to network differently than men to succeed, study finds (January 2019, also appeared on ABC News).

The Washington Post The Washington Post: Networking like a man isn’t enough. Successful women rely on other women to reach leadership roles, study finds (January 2019)
Wired Wired: For Women Job Seekers, Networking Like a Man Isn't Enough (January 2019)
Inverse Inverse: To Land a Job, Women Need to Be Much Better Networkers Than Men, Study Says (January 2019)
Northwestern News Northwestern Now: Most successful women surround themselves with other women (January 2019)
U of Notre Dame Notre Dame News: Women, your inner circle may be key to gaining leadership roles (January 2019)
The Conversation The Conversation: Minding the gender gap in science prizes (January 2019)
The Scientist The Scientist: Women Who Win Science Prizes Earn Less Money, Prestige than Men (January 2019)
Globes: The scientist studying how scientific discovery comes about (Article written in Hebrew, January 2019. English translation)
CNN Business CNN Business: How AI could make your life easier this year (Commentary by Brian Uzzi, January 2019)
2018:  
Science Science: Yes, it is getting harder to publish in prestigious journals if you haven’t already (December 2018)
Northwestern Engineering Northwestern Engineering: In Team Sports, Chemistry Matters (December 2018)
TLE The London Economic: Is this the secret behind legendary seasons for teams such as Leicester City, Man City and Arsenal’s ‘invincibles’? (December 2018)
Nature: What the Nobels are — and aren’t — doing to encourage diversity (October 2018)
Chemistry World Chemistry World: The million dollar question (October 2018)
Northwestern News Northwestern Now: The Bright Future of Machine Learning (August 2018)
QRIUS: Collaboration and Creativity (June 2018)
HBR Harvard Business Review: Go Ahead, Skip that Networking Event (May 2018)
Adaptive Space Adaptive Space: Insularity Kills Discovery & Innovation (February 2018)
Moneyish Moneyish: How people in English, psychology, and other non-STEM fields can benefit from the coming robot revolution (January 2018)
Medium
Medium: What Broadway Musicals Teach Us About Creative Collaboration (January 2018)
Kellogg Kellogg News: Kellogg prepares students for impact of human-machine intelligence (January 2018)
Poets & Quants Poets & Quants: B-Schools Predict What Awaits In 2018 (January 2018)
2017:  
HBR Harvard Business Review: How to Navigate the Politics of an Innovation Project (Article by Brian Uzzi, November 2017)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: The Science Behind Word-of-Mouth Recommendations (November 2017)
Northwestern Research Magazine Northwestern Research Magazine: Better Together: Breakthrough Science the Northwestern Way (October 2017)
The Christian Science Monitor The Christian Science Monitor: How information overload helps spread fake news (June 2017)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Take 5: How Humans Benefit as Machines Get Smarter (June 2017)
The Washington Post Washington Post: How to be a better networker for people who hate networking (May 2017)
Calcalist Calcalist: Why you should do business with your friends (Article written in Hebrew, May 2017. In English: Google Translate version)
The New York Times New York Times: Right and Left React to Trump’s Comments on the Civil War (May 2017)
Quartz Quartz: Social media is polarizing users faster than ever (April 2017)
The Daily Mississippian: Artificial intelligence expert presents at CTX conference (April 2017)
Hotty Toddy: CTX’ Tech And Talk Captivates Students, Community At Ole Miss Pavilion (April 2017)
The Christian Science Monitor The Christian Science Monitor: Breakthroughs arise from a precise mix of old and new knowledge, say scientists (April 2017)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: The Surprising Speed with Which We Become Polarized Online (April 2017)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Take 5: How to Encourage Innovative Thinking (April 2017)
Marketplace Marketplace: H&R Block is using artificial intelligence to help you do your taxes (February 2017)
2016:  
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight Podcast: Will Machines Ever Truly Understand Us? (w/ Brian Uzzi, David Ferrucci and Sandra Waxman)
The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal: "Tomorrow’s Business Leaders Learn How to Work with A.I." (December 2016) (PDF Version)
University of Michigan News U of Michigan News: "Debates: Linguistic trick boosts poll numbers" (October 2016)
Forbes Forbes: "Why You Might Be Irrelevant At Work And Not Even Know It" (October 2016)
Business Insider Business Insider: There's a new algorithm that will alert Wall Streeters when they start freaking out (Sept 2016)
Yahoo Finance Yahoo Finance: There's a new algorithm that will alert Wall Streeters when they start freaking out (Sept 2016)
LinkedIn Pulse LinkedIn Pulse: How Humans Plus Machines Will Equal Amazing Advancements (Article by Moran Cerf & Brian Uzzi, September 2016, Originally published in Entrepreneur)
Bloomberg Bloomberg: Wall Street’s Next Frontier Is Hacking Into Emotions of Traders (Sept 2016)
Yahoo Finance Yahoo Finance: Wall Street’s Next Frontier Is Hacking Into Emotions of Traders (Sept 2016)
Northwestern Research Magazine Northwestern Research Magazine: Inside the Numbers: From Broadway to biomedicine and the DC Beltway, Big Data is helping Northwestern experts unlock the secrets of creativity and connection. (June 2016)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Banks May Soon Use Our Facebook Friends to Assess Our Creditworthiness. Should We Worry? (June 2016, Article by Brian Uzzi)
Early to Rise Early to Rise: How to Get the Biggest ROI at Live Events (June 2016)
 
Northwestern News Northwestern News Special Feature: Data Science: A seismic shift changing how we research and learn (May 2016)
Northwestern News Northwestern News: McCormick Making a Difference in New Era of Data Science (May 2016)
Bloomberg Bloomberg: Ready to make a risky decision? Your words suggest otherwise (May 2016)
LinkedIn Pulse

LinkedIn Pulse: An airline cancelled my flight and put me in a van. Along the way, I got lots of lessons on how *not* to network (May 2016)

The Oklahoman The Oklahoman: First impressions, handshakes are key to women in leadership (April 2016)
Inc Inc: 2 Tech Trends Every Company Should Watch (April 2016)
Fortune Fortune: This Can Be Hillary Clinton's Secret Weapon In Tonight’s Debate (Article by Brain Uzzi, March 2016)
Fortune Fortune: Everyone Will Tweet About This Ad On Super Bowl Sunday (Article by Brian Uzzi, February 2016)
University of Michigan News University of Michigan News: Bulls, bears and turtles: How a hedge fund firm’s social network reacts to market swings (February 2016, featuring research by Daniel Romero, Brian Uzzi, and Jon Kleinberg)
Entrepreneur Entrepreneur: How Humans Plus Machines Will Equal Amazing Advancements (Article by Moran Cerf & Brian Uzzi, February 2016)
Inc Inc: What You Need to Know About Making Money in 2016: Collaboration between people and machines has never been more important (January 2016)
2015:  
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Three Ways Machine Learning Will Help Leaders Become Better Decision Makers (November 2015)
Lifehacker Lifehacker: Four Sneaky Ways to Trick Your Enemies Into Becoming Allies (October 2015)
The Verge The Verge: In an unequal society, feeling richer than others makes you a jerk (September 2015)
Huffington Post Huffington Post: Neuro-tips: Deep Connection at Work (September 2015)
Fast Company Fast Company: 3 Ways To Turn Rivals Into Collaborators (August 2015)
Observer Observer: The No. 1 Predictor of Career Success According to Network Science (August 2015)

Santa Barbara Independent: UCSB Granted $6.25 Million for Teamwork Study (August 2015) See also: UCSB researchers awarded MURI grant to study network science of teams (August 2015)

New York Magazine New York Magazine: These Social-Science Nuggets Can Make You a Smarter Debate-Watcher (August 2015, featuring research by Daniel Romero, Roderick Swaab, Brian Uzzi, and Adam Galinsky.)
The Boston Globe The Boston Globe: Debate tip: Follow your opponent’s lead (August 2015)
Pacific Standard

Pacific Standard: As My Esteemed Opponent Just Said... (August 2015)

HBR Harvard Business Review: Great Leaders Can Think Like Each Member of Their Team (Article by Brian Uzzi, July 2015)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Can Computers Make Us Better Thinkers? (July 2015)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Watson Is Just the Beginning (An interview with David Ferrucci during the Computational Social Science Summit, July 2015)
Kellogg Kellogg News: Merging big data with social science - Kellogg’s first-ever Computational Social Science Summit features collaboration and human-machine partnerships (May 2015)
Inc Inc: Are You an "O" Type Marketer? (May 2015)
Northwestern Engineering Northwestern Engineering Magazine: More Than the Sum of its Parts: Northwestern scientists and engineers work to understand and predict the behaviors of complex systems (Spring 2015)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: The Ultimate Data Set - Computational Social Science Aims to Discover Universal Facts (April 2015)
HBR Harvard Business Review: How to Respond When Someone Takes Credit for Your Work (April 2015)
WNYC Financial Sense News Hour: Brian Uzzi on Insect-Like Synchronization Among Day Traders | (MP3 Download) (April 2015)
WNYC WNYC: What to Do About Your Worst Work Enemy (March 2015)
International Business Times International Business Times: Shazam And Spotify's Grammy Picks Are More Accurate Than Billboard's. Here's Why. (February 2015)
LinkedIn LinkedIn Pulse: Entrepreneurship through Networking (January 2015)
Business Insider Business Insider: Here's The No. 1 Predictor Of Career Success, According To Network Science (January 2015)
Forbes Forbes: The No. 1 Predictor Of Career Success According To Network Science (January 2015)
2014:  
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight: Understanding How Stock Traders Forage for Profit (December 2014)
Poets & Quants Poets & Quants: Big Data Drawing Big Student Enrollments (December 2014)
Forbes Forbes: The One Thing You Should Know About Deeply Connecting With Anyone (November 2014)
HBR HBR Blog Network: Fixing a Work Relationship Gone Sour (August 2014)
Calcalist Calcalist (Israel) : How enemies become friends in the workplace (April 2014)
McCormick School of Engineering McCormick School of Engineering: Complexity Institute Receives Significant Gift for New Research (February 2014)
Accenture Accenture / Vaahini Network: Networks help individuals transcend their own limitations (January 2014)

2013:

 
CBS Smart Planet CBS Smart Planet: Five ideas for management innovation (November 2013)
The Chronicle of Higher Education - Microbiology Leaves the Solo Author Behind (November 2013)
kellogg Insight Kellogg Insight - A “Virtuous Mix” Allows Innovation to Thrive (November 2013)
Feinberg School of Medicine Feinberg School of Medicine - Annual Conference Explores Science of Team Science (June 2013)
News @ Northeastern News @ Northeastern - How to quantify success (June 2013)
Science Science - Network Science at Center Of Surveillance Dispute (June 2013)
CNC CNC World - U.S. experts: big data boosts business understanding of consumers (VIDEO) (June 2013)
The Chronicle The Chronicle - Duke alum launches app to showcase artists' work (April 2013)
The Scientist The Scientist - Financial Foraging (February 2013)
The Scientist Lanacion (Argentina): Can we live without email? (January 2013)

2012:

 
Kellogg

Kellogg News - Q&A: Professor Brian Uzzi - The network expert explains the thinking behind 'NetSci2012'(June 2012)

Science

Science Now - Who Controls Social Networks? (June 2012)

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal - Is 'You' a Good Investment? (May 2012)

Accounts

Accounts ASA Economic Sociology Newsletter - Is There a Canon in Economic Sociology? (May 2012)

The New York Times - How to Cultivate Eureka Moments (April 2012)

Slate

Slate - How creativity works: What Broadway musicals really teach us about collaboration (March 2012)

Fortune

Fortune - The real way to build a social network (January 2012)

The New Yorker

The New Yorker - Groupthink (January 2012)

CoDesign

Co.Design - The Brainstorming Process Is B.S. But Can We Rework It? (January 2012)

2011:

 
Toronto Star

Toronto Star - Email study shows how we treat friends and strangers (December 2011)

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal:

Boston

Boston Globe - Choose your sign-off (December 2011)

LifeHacker

LifeHacker - Speed Of Email Response Reflects How Well You Know The Sender (December 2011)

Science

Science - E-mail Reveals Your Closest Friends (November 2011)

Reuters

Reuters - Entrepreneurial Hotbeds: A Homegrown Mix Of Science And Luck (October 2011)

Correio Braziliense

Correio Braziliense - "Vocabulário da rede" (August 2011)

kellogg Insight

Kellogg Insight - "Where Busy Bees and Business Converge: The striking similarities between ecological and organizational networks" (July 2011)

Arab News

Arab News - "Exploring the science of creativity in focus at Cannes Lions festival" (June 2011)

Business Day

Business Day - "Street Dogs: Instant messaging helps traders buy and sell at the right time" (March 2011)

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal - "Herds on the Street: Why messaging traders are like scared fish" (March 2011)

Science

Science - "The Strange Symphony of the Stock Traders" (March 2011)

US News & World Reports

U.S. News and World Reports - "Jumping on the Bandwagon Brings Rewards" (March 2011)

Bloomberg

Bloomberg - "Cicada-Like Traders Moving in Sync Have Greater Gains, Researchers Say" (March 2011)

kellogg Insight

Kellogg Insight - "Synchronicity Pays: Instant messaging helps traders buy and sell at the right time" (March 2011)

Ars Technica

Ars Technica - "Successful day traders stay in the black by syncing up via IM" (March 2011)

2004-2010 Media Hits

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