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Immersive experience set to become accessible to all
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Yves Meyer wins the Abel Prize for development of a theory with applications ranging from watching movies to detecting gravitational waves
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Researchers used ancient climate cycles to confirm the solar system’s chaotic planetary orbits. An Earth-Mars collision is one distant outcome. Julia Rosen reports.
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You can create stunning symmetrical images armed with just a few equations and a computer
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For centuries, mathematicians tried to solve problems by adding new values to the usual numbers. Now they’re investigating the unintended consequences of that tinkering.
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People have struggled for thousands of years to pin down pi. Watch how mathematicians from Archimedes to today have gotten their heads around the math of circles.
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Elegant new visualization maps the digits of pi as a star catalogue
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I turn to the Kakeya needle problem for reassurance in difficult times
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"Being trans is beautiful"
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Are we alone in the universe? If so, why? If not, where is everybody? Thankfully, math can help us with these astronomically profound questions.
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The Oscar-nominated film illuminates just one group of women whose contributions have long gone unrecognized
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The simplicity of the stains' repeating patterns is key to why we see so many images in them
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A new solution to a decades-old geometry puzzle might unlock the secrets of our planet's inner structure
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Great literature is surprisingly arithmetic
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Asking people how many others agree with them could yield more accurate estimates
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The long-running effort to ditch the decaying, 19th-century artifact that defines the kilogram nears its conclusion
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Chemists have synthesized the most complex molecular knot ever, using a strand just 192 atoms long. The advance could lead to new tougher materials. Christopher Intagliata reports.
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Feldman creates mathematical models that reveal how cultural traditions can affect the evolution of a species.
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How to calculate percentages is easier than you think. Quick, what’s 36% of 25? Or how about 250% of 20? Learn a quick and dirty tip to help you calculate all of those pesky percentages in your...
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Barbara Kiser, Books and Arts Editor at the journal Nature, talks about her favorite science books of 2016, especially three books about the little-known history of women mathematicians.