Evolution is frequently rough and unforgiving; individuals within a species compete for food, reproductive partners, or other resources.
A fundamental tension in numerical analysis is the interplay between truncation errors and rounding errors.
Cathleen Morawetz is remembered for her tireless advocacy for mathematics during a particularly trying period.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and heart disease alone is responsible for one in four deaths in the U.S.
Biological systems often display a built-in redundancy allowing more than one mechanism to support the same function.
Researchers identify relationships between climate and human health to develop forecasting and preparation methods.
Björn Sandstede offers a class titled “Race and Gender in the Scientific Community” at Brown University; here he discusses his inspiration for the class.
This year’s MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge tackled food insecurity and the reduction of food waste.
Natalie Sheils, a newly-minted SIAM Science Policy Fellowship recipient, discusses her expectations for the role.
A hands-on learning opportunity for the industry job-hunting process will take place at the Professional Development Evening at AN18.
Author Felix Otto reflects on the SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis' most popular article.
James Case reviews Niall Ferguson's "The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook."
Mark Levi considers a circular mirror with a reflecting inner surface, illuminated by a pencil of incoming parallel rays.
SIAM Fellow Andrea Bertozzi has been elected as a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.
Simon Tavaré has been elected as a foreign associate of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.
The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships are the premier opportunity to learn about policymaking while contributing to American government.
Emily Evans of BYU represented SIAM at the Annual Coalition for National Science Funding Capitol Hill Exhibition.