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Photo of curve-crease sculpture called Green Balance, created by Erik and Martin Demaine. October 25, 2012
Computer Scientist Turned Artist
Discovery
Image showing ethernet cables, ports and switches. September 25, 2012
NSF Invests $50 Million in Research to Secure Our Nation's Cyberspace
Press Release
Photo of Fleming Crim. September 25, 2012
National Science Foundation Selects University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor F. Fleming Crim to Head Mathematical & Physical Sciences Directorate
Press Release
Stephen Levene and Massa Shoura August 13, 2012
Scientists Use Light to "Tag and Track" Genetic Processes
News From the Field
News thumbnail of bubble diagram July 9, 2012
Tiny Bubbles Snap Carbon Nanotubes Like Twigs
News From the Field
Michael Maroun and Michel Lapidus June 25, 2012
UC-Riverside Graduate Student Gets Rare Opportunity to Consort With Nobel Laureates
News From the Field
Katherine Pollard June 13, 2012
Consortium of Scientists Maps the Human Body's Bacterial Ecosystem
News From the Field
a side-by-side comparison of mirrors June 7, 2012
Driving Without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears
News From the Field
math graphic May 31, 2012
Predicting Burglary Patterns Through Math Modeling of Crime
News From the Field
a matter wave hitting a Schrodinger's hat May 29, 2012
Mathematicians Can Conjure Matter Waves Inside an Invisible Hat
News From the Field
clot-forming cells May 25, 2012
Math Predicts Size of Clot-forming Cells
News From the Field
math graphic May 21, 2012
New Report Highlights the Role of Math and Computational Science in Industrial Innovation
News From the Field
image of graduates April 30, 2012
Graduation Year Drives Facebook Connections for College Grads
News From the Field
math graphic April 2, 2012
Pitt Researchers Link Neural Variability to Short-term Memory and Decision Making
News From the Field
Hurricane Ike visualization created by Texas Advanced Computing Center supercomputer Ranger. March 29, 2012
NSF Leads Federal Efforts In Big Data
Press Release
University of Utah mathematicians February 27, 2012
Math Can Save Acetaminophen Overdose Patients
News From the Field
image of paper bugs February 10, 2012
Hovering Not Hard if You're Top-heavy, NYU Researchers Find
News From the Field
math graphic November 21, 2011
Future Prostate Cancer Treatments Might Be Guided by Math
News From the Field
math graphic November 8, 2011
Pitt Researchers Using Mathematics to Target Parkinson's Disease Symptoms
News From the Field
math graphic October 31, 2011
Fighting Violent Gang Crime With Math
News From the Field
topological insulator October 4, 2011
Rice Physicists Move One Step Closer to Quantum Computer
News From the Field
Surajit Sen July 20, 2011
Research Outlines Math Framework That Could Help Convert 'Junk' Energy Into Useful Power
News From the Field
a student writes equations on blackboard June 29, 2011
This Game Leaves Student Researchers Little Time for Play
News From the Field
 tetrahedra and octahedra June 27, 2011
Researchers Solve Problem Filling Space-- Without Cubes
News From the Field
Illustration showing how some extinctions or network failures can be avoided. January 25, 2011
Mathematical Model Could Help Predict and Prevent Future Extinctions
Press Release
Ken Ono solve partition numbers January 20, 2011
New Math Theories Reveal the Nature of Numbers
News From the Field
a hexagon January 19, 2011
Mathematical Model Explains How Complex Societies Emerge, Collapse
News From the Field
malaria parasite inside a red blood cell December 20, 2010
Malaria-infected Cells Stiffen, Block Blood Flow
News From the Field
David G. Rand and Alison L. Hill November 4, 2010
Obesity Rate Will Reach at Least 42 Percent, Say Models of Social Contagion
News From the Field
Ivana Boic September 28, 2010
Individual Mutations Are Very Slow to Promote Tumor Growth
News From the Field
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