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Applied Mathematics - News


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the spatial distribution of light-sensitive cells In the eye of a chicken, a new state of matter comes into view
Released February 24, 2014
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a 3-D computer model of filaments of myosin Biceps Bulge, Calves Curve, 50-year-old Assumptions Muscled Aside
Released July 9, 2013
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image of power lines Keeping Networks Under Control
Released June 27, 2013
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math graphic Improved Synchronicity: Preventive Care for the Power Grid
Released March 4, 2013
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map of gang territories in the Los Angeles area Math Helps Detect Gang-related Crime and Better Allocate Police Resources
Released February 14, 2013
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Michael Maroun and Michel Lapidus UC-Riverside Graduate Student Gets Rare Opportunity to Consort With Nobel Laureates
Released June 25, 2012
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a side-by-side comparison of mirrors Driving Without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears
Released June 7, 2012
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math graphic Fighting Violent Gang Crime With Math
Released October 31, 2011
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a chain of compressed spheres Caltech Engineers Develop One-way Transmission System for Sound Waves
Released July 26, 2011
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Illustration showing how some extinctions or network failures can be avoided. Mathematical Model Could Help Predict and Prevent Future Extinctions
Released January 25, 2011
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cover of Nature magazine New Research Finds Evidence of Charitable Behavior in Bacteria
Released September 1, 2010
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stents Math From the Heart: Simulating Stent Design and Coating
Released August 23, 2010
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math graphic New Study Shows How Networks Keep Themselves in Synch
Released May 24, 2010
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social network Using Mathematics to Untangle Facebook, Decode Congress
Released May 13, 2010
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fruit fly and pin Studies Show How Fruit Flies Recover From Aerial Stumbles
Released March 1, 2010
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cluster entropy Using Magnetic Toys as Inspiration, Researchers Tease Out Structures of Self-assembled Clusters
Released January 29, 2010
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colored brain MIT Neuroengineers Silence Brain Cells With Multiple Colors of Light
Released January 7, 2010
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tetrahedron Princeton Pair Sets World Record in Packing Puzzle
Released August 12, 2009
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Phalarope, shorebird with a long, narrow beak. MIT Solves Gravity-defying Bird Beak Mystery
Released May 16, 2008
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Silicon-oxygen nanoparticles aggregate to form zeolites. Crystal Sieves, Born Anew
Released April 17, 2006
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