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Michael Miller Mathematics Taking Guesswork Out of Plastic Surgery Tissue Transfer
Released July 14, 2009
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Georgia Tech researchers New Statistical Technique Improves Precision of Nanotechnology Data
Released June 30, 2009
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A snake coiled with its head up looking to the left The Secret of a Snake's Slither
Released June 9, 2009
Press Release
reflection from metal ring Duke Physicists See the Cosmos in a Coffee Cup
Released April 14, 2009
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real and computer generated snail shells Mollusks Taste Memories to Build Shells
Released April 1, 2009
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Adilson Motter Metabolic Reactions: Less is More in Single-celled Organisms
Released December 5, 2008
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math graphic Making Waves
Released October 10, 2008
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Joel Cohen New Formula Predicts How People Will Migrate in Coming Decades
Released September 29, 2008
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fluid separation MIT Solves 100-year-old Engineering Problem
Released September 25, 2008
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A simulation model's output showing Anolis lizard diversity. NSF Funds New Center to Bring Together Biologists, Mathematicians
Released September 3, 2008
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chemistry and materials graphic Penn Researchers Demonstrate a Flexible, One-Step Assembly of Nanoscale Structures
Released July 25, 2008
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math graphic Pitt Receives $2.5 Million to Simulate and Analyze Brain, Immune System Activity
Released June 24, 2008
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math graphic Math Could Help Cure Leukemia
Released June 20, 2008
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Map showing changes in size and range of jellyfish populations of the Bering Sea. Scientists Discover Stinging Truths About Jellyfish Blooms in the Bering Sea
Released May 29, 2008
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3D diagram of interference How to Make Microwaves on a Chip to Replace X-rays for Medical Imaging and Security
Released May 29, 2008
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Glenn Webb Math Model Identifies Key to Controlling Epidemic
Released February 17, 2008
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computer-generated snowflake Math Models Snowflakes
Released January 16, 2008
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sage group Free Software Brings Affordability, Transparency to Mathematics
Released December 6, 2007
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hour glass of verbs Harvard Scientists Predict the Future of the Past Tense
Released October 10, 2007
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Ken Golden Icy Calculations on a Hot Topic
Released September 10, 2007
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MIT visualization of chaotic tangle of turbulence Researchers Reveal the Tangle Under Turbulence
Released March 28, 2007
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The E8 root system consists of 240 vectors in an 8-dimensional space. A Mathematical Solution for Another Dimension
Released March 19, 2007
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Both tropical rainfall and magnetism are described by the math of self-organized criticality. A Link Between Rainfall and Magnetism
Released June 29, 2006
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A gene chip A Better Algorithm for Detecting Cancer Genes
Released May 12, 2006
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Silicon-oxygen nanoparticles aggregate to form zeolites. Crystal Sieves, Born Anew
Released April 17, 2006
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Transitions in celestrial mechanics Mathematics Unites the Heavens and the Atom
Released September 29, 2005
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Mathematics Mathematics
Released January 31, 2005
Research Overview
Approaching wildfire threatens a subdivision Improving Fire Forecasts
Released July 21, 2004
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