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Team proposes stochastic model to explain microbiome composition

All living things—from the simplest animal and plant organisms to the human body—live closely together with an enormous abundance of microbial symbionts, which colonise the insides and outsides ...

5 hours ago from Phys.org

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Tesla starts selling used Model 3 cars online

For those planning to buy a used Tesla Model 3 meant finding a reseller or an individual owner in their vicinity who was looking for a different set of wheels in the driveway. Tesla has now ...

Mon 17 Jun 19 from Techspot

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Successful research on the propagation of waves

(Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) ) Double success for interdisciplinary research at KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology): DFG (German National Science Foundation) approved the funding ...

Fri 31 May 19 from Eurekalert

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Mathematicians report possible progress on proving the Riemann hypothesis

A new study advances one strategy in the quest to solve the notoriously difficult problem, which is still stumping researchers after 160 years.

Fri 24 May 19 from ScienceNews

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Stats: retain significance testing

Nature, Published online: 21 May 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01616-6Stats: retain significance testing

Tue 21 May 19 from Nature News

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Number crunching without fear

Maths anxiety can be made a thing of the past, as new research shows. Alexie Vernitski, Ian Daly and Jake Bourgaize, from the UK’s University of Essex, explain.

Fri 17 May 19 from Cosmos Magazine

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Happy Pi Day!

How are you celebrating?

Fri 14 Mar 14 from Science Now

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The world’s first trigonometry revealed in an ancient Babylonian tablet

The Babylonians had a sophisticated understanding of geometry more than 1000 years before Pythagoras and Euclid.

Sun 27 Aug 17 from Cosmos Magazine

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Stanford mathematician first female winner of Fields prize

Maryam Mirzakhani and three others honored

Wed 13 Aug 14 from Science Now

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Life of 3.14159...

BERNIE'S BASICS: Some of the most complex equations in science sport a familiar symbol from childhood - Pi. But what has 3.14159 got to do with general relativity and quantum physics?

Tue 12 Mar 13 from ABC Science

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