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(Phys.org) —A pair of mathematicians, Alexei Lisitsa and Boris Konev of the University of Liverpool, U.K., have come up with an interesting problem—if a computer produces a proof of a math problem ...
Wed 19 Feb 14 from Phys.org
Big Data is everywhere, and we are constantly told that it holds the answers to almost any problem we want to solve. Companies collect information on how we shop, doctors and insurance companies ...
Tue 18 Feb 14 from Phys.org
Join Dr. Robbert Dijkgraaf at the March 5 Perimeter Institute Public Lecture to explore how ideas from quantum physics are putting modern mathematical ideas in a natural context.
Tue 18 Feb 14 from Newswise
The brain responds to mathematical beauty in the same way that it does to music and art, according to new research conducted by a team from University College London.
Thu 13 Feb 14 from The Independent
Whether they know it or not, most guys stick to the tried-and-true Windsor knot when tying their neckties. The more debonair gentlemen, depending on the occasion, may don exotics like the Eldredge, ...
Tue 11 Feb 14 from Discover Magazine
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
CEO of Chinese regenerative medicine company claims highest bid.
Thu 11 Apr 13 from Nature News
That figures: Professor who had to work at Subway dazzles world of maths after solving centuries-old prime number riddle
A university professor who was forced to work at Subway when he couldn't find a job as an academic has solved a prime number riddle that has puzzled the best mathematical brains for centuries.
Tue 21 May 13 from The Independent
Bubbles are messy to model since their behaviour changes with size – a model that copes with this has led to the best foam simulation yet
Thu 9 May 13 from Newscientist
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