Models of the airflow around a dandelion's pappus (which keeps seeds aloft) reveal that a dandelion seed is optimized for steady cruising.
Zebrafish skin patterning is a rich math problem because it involves cell interactions at short and long range.
Particle-based microscopic and mesoscopic models can simulate biological problems in sickle cell disease.
For the first time, the SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education will be co-located with MAA's MathFest.
It is important to account for uncertainties inherent in a model that predicts or clarifies a real-world phenomenon.
Preconditioning comprises techniques that help accelerate the convergence of iterative linear solvers.
Ken Boyden, the new Director of Development and Corporate Relations at SIAM, discusses SIAM’s renewed focus on fundraising.
Tim Fest, SIAM’s Membership Manager, offers an update on the department's recent achievements.
Mark Levi explores the connection between Newton’s second law and Abel’s formula for the Wronskian.
SIAM’s Washington liaisons have been actively engaging with Trump’s administration and Congress on emerging federal priorities.
SIAM’s Science Policy Fellowship Program engages early-career professionals in science policy and advocacy.