Maths is vital for modelling biological processes, e.g. the shaping of molecular membranes. @OxUniMaths Research https://t.co/iezjbvofG6
Andrew Wiles @OxUniMaths wins the @royalsociety 's most prestigious award, the Copley Medal. https://t.co/xK41QNwTlW
Where maths and music meet. @MarcusduSautoy @OxUniMaths Public Lecture on 'the Sound of Symmetry.' https://t.co/GHrtvvqDVO
This Week in Washington The week that began on May 23, 2017 was an exciting one for AMS members who follow federal activity related to the National Science Foundation, and the annual Congressional budget ...
New theory predicts wetted area of droplets colliding with flat surface (Kumamoto University) Japanese researchers have succeeded in deriving a theoretical formula that quantitatively predicts the wetting and spreading behavior of droplets that collide with the flat surface of a solid ...
2017 Shaw Prize to Kollár and Voisin János Kollár, Princeton University, and Claire Voisin, Collège de France, will share the 2017 Shaw Prize in the Mathematical Sciences "for their remarkable results in many central areas of algebraic ...
Understanding stars: How tornado-shaped flow in a dynamo strengthens the magnetic field (American Institute of Physics) A new simulation based on the von-Kármán-Sodium (VKS) dynamo experiment takes a closer look at how the liquid vortex created by the device generates a magnetic ...
First ever data on number of gender confirmation surgeries (MediaSource) For the first time, the world's largest plastic surgery organization is tracking national statistics on gender confirmation surgeries. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons found a nearly 20 percent ...
The right thing to do: Why do we follow unspoken group rules? (National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS)) How you dress, talk, eat and even what you allow yourself to feel -- these often unspoken rules of a group are ...
The Real "Butterfly Effect." Tim Palmer's @OxUniMaths Public Lecture on Ed Lorenz - updated. https://t.co/H8gLNe2Fen
Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan, Volume 69, Number 2 (2017) Contents:Jonathan BENNETT, Neal BEZ, Chris JEAVONS, Nikolaos PATTAKOS. On sharp bilinear Strichartz estimates of Ozawa–Tsutsumi type. 459--476.Atsushi ATSUJI. Value distribution of leafwise holomorphic maps on complex laminations by hyperbolic Riemann ...
AMS Fall 2017 Sectional Meetings September 9-10, 2017: Fall Central Sectional Meeting, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
September 16-17, 2017: Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
September ...
Updated: Electronic Journal of Statistics, Volume 11, Number 1 (2017) Contents:Jade Giguelay. Estimation of a discrete probability under constraint of $k$-monotonicity. 1--49.Dong Xia. Estimation of low rank density matrices by Pauli measurements. 50--77.Joachim Lebovits, Mark Podolskij. Estimation of the global ...
National Academy of Sciences Elections Eight individuals in the mathematical sciences are among the 84 new members recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences: Nima Arkani-Hamed, Institute for Advanced Study, Alexander Beilinson, University of ...
Mathematics, modelling and students in transition <span class="paragraphSection"><div class="boxTitle">Abstract</div>This article is based on data from two major research projects that investigated students involved in mathematically demanding courses during their transition through college and into university. It ...
Research Headlines - A smoother road for tyre development A more advanced computer model and measurement approach enable manufacturers to more accurately predict tyre performance on the road. Developed by an EU-funded project, the model and approach could aid ...
100+ Scientific Organizations Sign Letter on Inclusion The January 27, 2017, White House Executive Order on visas and immigration has profound
implications for diplomatic, humanitarian, and national security interests, in part because of the
negative impact on ...

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