Determining proteins’ three-dimensional structure is key to understanding how they work and why they cause diseases.
Ernest Davis reviews The Pendulum Paradigm: Variations on a Theme and the Measure of Heaven and Earth by Martin Beech.
A glass cylinder is neither focusing nor defocusing, as entering parallel beams remain parallel as they pass through.
A two-part minisymposium at CSE19 focused on the fast Fourier transform, an algorithm that is used in a variety of applications.
The SIAM-IMA Student Chapter at Cardiff University recently held its "Three Minute Thesis" competition.
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At CSE19, Misha E. Kilmer, Sven Leyffer, and Lois Curfman McInnes spoke candidly about difficulties and successes at the mid-career level.
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Stents are mesh-like tubes that interventional cardiologists use to prop open diseased arteries and restore normal blood flow.
Kathleen Kavanagh discusses the importance of Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
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