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New Mathematics for Next-Generation Stent Design

New Mathematics for Next-Generation Stent Design

Stents are mesh-like tubes that interventional cardiologists use to prop open diseased arteries and restore normal blood flow.

The Paradox of Malaria: Protection Against Antibiotic Resistance in High-Transmission Areas

The Paradox of Malaria: Protection Against Antibiotic Resistance in High-Transmission Areas

The malaria parasite’s ongoing evolution towards drug resistance is a key challenge in combatting the epidemic.

Geometric Design: New Trends and Challenges

Geometric Design: New Trends and Challenges

Geometrical models play a critical role in diverse fields, such as computer graphics and animation.

Making Progress towards Gender Parity and Increased Diversity

Making Progress towards Gender Parity and Increased Diversity

The German Collaborative Research Center 154 develops solutions in modeling, simulation, and optimization.

Getting Focused

Getting Focused

A glass cylinder is neither focusing nor defocusing, as entering parallel beams remain parallel as they pass through.

Exploring the Rich Lore of the Pendulum

Exploring the Rich Lore of the Pendulum

Ernest Davis reviews The Pendulum Paradigm: Variations on a Theme and the Measure of Heaven and Earth by Martin Beech.

2019 AWM-SIAM Sonia Kovalevsky Lecture

2019 AWM-SIAM Sonia Kovalevsky Lecture

Catherine Sulem of the University of Toronto is the 2019 recipient of the AWM-SIAM Sonia Kovalevsky Lecture prize.