Richard Bertram reviews The Inner Workings of Life: Vignettes in Systems Biology by Eberhard O. Voit.
Volker Mehrmann discusses the many reasons why industrial mathematics attracts little attention and acknowledgment, despite its huge economic impact and what mathematical societies can...
The authors describe a new form of robotic microscopy that can track cells over unusually long lengths of time to observe the process of...
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Rebecca Hartman-Baker discusses gender stereotypes and explores the difficulties facing female professionals in technical fields.
Tim Chartier discusses the mathematics responsible for the animation in Pixar favorites like Finding Dory, Monsters, Inc., and more.
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William Regli muses on how to change misconceptions surrounding problem-driven and use-inspired research, and outlines some of DARPA’s programs.
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To address cybersecurity challenges, researchers adopt game theory-based mathematical modeling approaches that involve strategic decision makers within non-cooperative settings.
Ioannis G. Kevrekidis of Princeton University is the recipient of the 2016 W. T. and Idalia Reid Prize.
Ernie Davis reviews "Nathaniel Bowditch and the Power of Numbers" by Tamara Plakins Thornton.