Cardiovascular diseases continue to dominate humanity’s morbidity and mortality, and contemporary therapies face high failure rates.
ORCID is a unique identifier that allows research publications and research data to be associated with a researcher.
Cathleen Morawetz, known for her work on the theory of transonic fluid flow, passed away on August 8, 2017.
In the late 1500s, Vincenzo Galilei first noticed the relation between the frequency of a vibrating string, its density, and tension on the string.
During “collective behavior,” group form and dynamics arise without one or more animals in charge.
CoCalc is a cloud-based service that provides a big collection of state-of-the-art open-source mathematical software.
2016 proved to be a successful year for SIAM programs and publications in many respects.
Jesse Dunietz reflects on his time as an American Association for the Advancement of Science Mass Media Fellow.
Ernest Davis reviews A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age.
The SIAM Annual Meeting is a forum that bridges subdisciplinary boundaries and promotes interaction across SIAM’s diverse international membership.
Humans have made enormous progress in recent decades regarding certain kinds of predictions.
There is a need to develop mathematical tools to analyze behaviors and make diagnosing technology widely available.
When looking at a shiny ball bearing in your outstretched hand, you see the reflection of your head.