A fast-slow switching framework can capture the natural timescales of important processes when it comes to banded vegetation.
The second interview of the Talking BIG Jobs Interview Series is taking place January 15 at 1 p.m. Mountain Standard time (3 p.m. Eastern Time)!
SIAM chatted with Nick Higham about the third edition of his bestseller, Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences.
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A theoretical mechanical model studies the inverse problem of source identification to localize a prey in a spider orb-web.
Ultrasound computed tomography has the potential to save lives by detecting a tension pneumothorax at a patient's bedside.
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Medical practitioners use drug-eluting coatings that disperse therapeutic agents into the polymeric surface of metallic implants.
SIAM is pleased to announce new officers for several activity groups.