As it reaches its tenth year, the Mathematical Biosciences Institute set its sights on the future of mathematical biology.
Although the distinctions between them are not always sharp, myths differ from legends and folktales.
Tayna Moore discusses her career and the types of skills mathematicians regularly call on to do their work.
Just about every U.S. federal agency that funds science currently supports at least one major national initiative on data.
The 1st SIAM Chapter Day at Cardiff University marked the formation of the 1st SIAM Student Chapter in Wales.
James Case reviews Nate Silver's "The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail, but Some Don’t."
Randy LeVeque advocates for sharing the computer code used to produce tables or figures appearing in publications.