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Cotranscriptional Folding: A Frontier in Molecular Engineering

Cotranscriptional Folding: A Frontier in Molecular Engineering

Transcription synthesizes a temporal copy of a gene out of an RNA molecule; the transcript acts as an intermediary to express a protein or non-coding RNA encoded in the gene.

Obituaries

Obituaries

Richard J. Hanson passed away in December at his home in Albuquerque, N.M., after battling brain cancer.

Adaptive Mesh Refinement: An Essential Ingredient in Computational Science

Adaptive Mesh Refinement: An Essential Ingredient in Computational Science

Paul Davis reports on various applications of adaptive mesh refinement and looks towards the next generation of the...

CSE Achievements in Aircraft Design

CSE Achievements in Aircraft Design

The aeronautics industry is a sophisticated user of CSE and a source of some of the field’s biggest challenges.

Climate Prediction, Exascale Computing, and Time Parallelism

Climate Prediction, Exascale Computing, and Time Parallelism

New computing architectures promise to deliver more accurate weather predictions faster than ever before.

In Search of the Perfect Numerical Analysis Textbook

In Search of the Perfect Numerical Analysis Textbook

The variety of available numerical analysis textbooks is wondrous. So why do authors keep writing them?

Deep, Deep Trouble

Deep, Deep Trouble

Michael Elad describes the profound impact of deep learning technology on image processing, mathematics, and present-day society.

A Model for an Applied Mathematics Internship Program

A Model for an Applied Mathematics Internship Program

The City University of New York’s applied mathematics internship program yields student success in many areas.

When Big Data Algorithms Discriminate

When Big Data Algorithms Discriminate

Jim Case reviews "Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy." 

Broader Engagement Program Returns to CSE17 with a Focus on Community Engagement

Broader Engagement Program Returns to CSE17 with a Focus on Community Engagement

Debbie McCoy and Mary Ann Leung describe the BE program’s importance in fostering diversity and inclusion among the community.


An Electrician’s (or a Plumber’s) Proof of Euler’s Polyhedral Formula

An Electrician’s (or a Plumber’s) Proof of Euler’s Polyhedral Formula

Euler’s polyhedral formula describes the number of vertices, edges, and faces of a polyhedron without holes.

Thomas J.R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CSE

Thomas J.R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CSE

J.R. Hughes was awarded the 2017 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering on March 2 at CSE17.