In 2019, the NSF is expected to have invested $30 million in “Understanding the Rules of Life," one of the agency's 10 Big Ideas.
Elizabeth Greenspan, executive editor of SIAM Books, discusses the various steps of the book-publishing process.
A scientific session at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science will focus...
Director Becky Kerner reflects on the accomplishments of the SIAM Marketing and Communications team in 2019.
People's beliefs, opinions, and choices are increasingly polarized in terms of social, political, and economic decisions.
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Emerging heterogeneous computer architectures and predictive science have increased the complexity of software.
Stay connected with the applied math and computational science research communities.
Nicholas Higham reviews "Bits and Bugs" by Thomas Huckle & Tobias Neckel and "Humble Pi" by Matt Parker.
The quest to transform themselves into technology companies is very slow, costly, and difficult for many organizations.
The Heidelberg Student Chapter of SIAM recently organized a field trip to the headquarters of Lufthansa Systems.