Math
Here are some astounding scientific firsts of 2023
Notable feats include discovering a planet-eating star, extracting RNA from an extinct animal and more.
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Notable feats include discovering a planet-eating star, extracting RNA from an extinct animal and more.
Focusing on the relationship between math and culture can boost student learning and expand mathematical knowledge, researchers say.
Floe Foxon is a data scientist by day. But in his free time, he applies his skills to astronomy, cryptology and sightings of mythical creatures.
Smaller cells occur in larger numbers in the human body, and cells of different size classes contribute equally to our overall mass.
The question of how to fairly divide resources attracts game theorists, computer scientists, economists, legal experts and more.
Adding five - and seven - sided cells in pairs during nest building helps the colonyfit together differently sized hexa gonal cells , a new study shows.
Most land plants living today have spiral patterns involving the famous Fibonacci sequence of numbers. But an extinct, ancient plant did not.
Today's encryption schemes will be vulnerable to future quantum computers, but new algorithms and a quantum internet could help.
A new mathematical approach looks for order in strings of bits – without relying on human assumptions.
A newfound shape covers an infinite plane with a pattern that doesn’t repeat and without mirror images of the shape.
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