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John Friedlander and Henryk Iwaniec to receive 2017 AMS Doob prize
John Friedlander of the University of Toronto and Henryk Iwaniec of Rutgers University will receive the 2017 AMS Joseph L. (2016-11-30)
Older dogs better at learning new tricks
Older adolescents and adults can learn certain thinking skills including non-verbal reasoning more effectively than younger people, finds new UCL (University College London) research. (2016-11-04)
Unavoidable tools for handling mathematical models: Bessel and Mittag-Leffler functions
This book analyzes applied analysis through the study of enumerable families of different classes of special functions. (2016-10-25)
University of Delaware receives $3.3 million NSF grant to diversify academic workforce
The University of Delaware has been awarded $3.3 million from the National Science Foundation to develop a program that will serve as a national model for diversifying and strengthening the academic workforce. (2014-09-19)
Evaluating science
What works in science and what doesn't and how do we know? (2015-11-11)
Earth-moving achievements by UH geoscientists recognized
Whether it's tracking down hydrocarbons or explaining how mountains are built, University of Houston geoscientists have amassed knowledge of seismic proportions, according to three international science societies and the National Science Foundation. (2007-03-08)
AIAA Foundation recognizes outstanding educators
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics is pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 AIAA Foundation Educator Achievement Awards. (2010-11-23)
Math discovery may aid resource management
The discovery and use of an old mathematical theory first outlined in the early 1800s may revolutionize the management of lands, protection of species and study of ecology, scientists say in a new report. (2003-05-09)
How dance can help students in STEM disciplines
A proof-of-concept study finds participation in dance programs helps students -- including those in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines -- develop skills such as creativity and persistence that benefited them in the classroom and beyond. (2017-10-09)
EU open source software project receives green light
An open source software project involving the University of Southampton to extend the capacity of computational mathematics and interactive computing environments has received over seven million euros in EU funding. (2015-07-01)
Dyscalculia: Burdened by blunders with numbers
Between 3 and 6 percent of schoolchildren suffer from an arithmetic-related learning disability. (2014-07-30)
2001: A Spacetime Odyssey will kick off activities
The newly formed Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics (MCTP) at the University of Michigan will host its inaugural conference on May 21-25. (2001-04-24)
UCI receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Mentoring
The White House announced Wednesday that UC Irvine's Minority Science Program has won the 2005 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring. (2005-11-18)
Stevens to host major International Group Theory Conference, March 9-12
One of the largest group theory conferences of the year will take place at Stevens Institute of Technology, March 9-12, 2009, in the Lawrence T. (2009-02-24)
UQ study shines a light to understand the body's balance system
Finding out what's happening in the brains of people with balance disorders, such as vertigo, might be one step closer following new research on the vestibular system, which controls balance and movement. (2017-10-05)
New mathematical method reveals structure in neural activity in the brain
A newly-developed mathematical method can detect geometric structure in neural activity in the brain. (2015-10-19)
Starting early
Six young researchers from the fields of mathematics/computer science, physics and chemistry had two reasons to celebrate during this year's award ceremony for Germany's competition (2011-05-31)
American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for August 2003 (second issue)
News highlights from journal articles include studies on the association of habitual snoring in third-grade children with poor academic performance in mathematics, science, and spelling; and the connection of regular vigorous physical activity with a slower rate of decline in pulmonary function with aging. (2003-08-15)
UT Knoxville wins $16M NSF mathematics and biology center
Mathematicians and biologists from around the world will converge on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to take part in a new institute dedicated to finding creative solutions to pressing problems from animal disease to wildfire control. (2008-09-03)
Multispectral imaging reveals ancient Hebrew inscription undetected for over 50 years
Using advanced imaging technology, Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered a hitherto invisible inscription on the back of a pottery shard dating from 600 BCE that has been on display at The Israel Museum for more than 50 years. (2017-06-14)
Whip cracking mystery explained
Although physicists have believed they understood why a whip cracks for about a century, it is only now that the last details have fallen into place. (2002-05-23)
Influence of technology acquisition on organizational performance studied in Iran
80 international companies from Iran were selected, and 320 respondents in key managerial positions were questioned. (2018-05-08)
Professors receive $2.5 million to better convert water into clean hydrogen fuel using sunlight
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have received about $2.5 million to identify new materials that will efficiently absorb sunlight and split water into clean hydrogen fuel, which could power cars and be used to generate electricity. (2009-09-16)
Plastic surgery to the'nines'
Beauty may well be in the eye of the beholder. (2002-07-22)
Adolescents sleeping more hours score higher in math
Such is the conclusion recently drawn in a study published in the journal International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology by University of Granada and Junta de Andalucia researchers. (2011-10-18)
Forests most likely to continue shrinking: U of G study
Forest cover around the world will continue a slow shrinking before stabilizing at a lower level, according to a new study from the University of Guelph. (2013-10-09)
SIAM announces class of 2013 fellows
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics today named 33 members of its community to the 2013 Class of SIAM Fellows. (2013-03-29)
IUPUI mathematician modeling human motor movements in Huntington's disease
Yaroslav Molkov, assistant professor of mathematics in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is using computational modeling to map a motor control system to study Huntington's disease. (2015-03-19)
Developing tools to screen traumatic brain injury therapies
University of Houston biologist Amy Sater will be developing a model for studying traumatic brain injury, thanks to a two-year, $386,000 grant from the Robert J. (2016-04-22)
University of Houson program earns kudos for improving grades, retaining students
To improve students' chances of completing introductory biology courses and decrease poor grades, the University of Houston implemented a comprehensive student success program, employing various interventions for students at risk for failure. (2014-08-19)
Stern of AAAS receives Presidential Award for Excellence
Virginia W. Stern of the American Association for the Advancement Science (AAAS) is one of this year's recipients of the sixth annual Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. (2001-12-14)
Seismic Math Finds Early Signs Of Heart Tremors
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are applying the same mathematics used for measuring the earth's seismic activity to finding early signs of heart trouble. (1998-12-09)
Block play could improve your child's math skills, executive functioning
Semi-structured block play among preschool-age children has the potential to improve two skills - mathematics and executive functioning - critical to kindergarten readiness, according a new study by Purdue University researchers. (2018-06-12)
Resolving mathematical mystery of turbulence a mission for Alexandre Chorin
For more than 30 years, Dr. Alexandre Chorin has worked to develop computational methods for solving problems in fluid mechanics, with the hope that they will eventually lead to an understanding of the most difficult problem of applied mathematics -- the problem of turbulence. (2000-03-09)
Nobel laureates, scholars discuss computation in the future of their fields
Renowned scholars including three Nobel laureates will gather at Brown University for a weeklong series of talks on the future of their fields while honoring the legacy of computer pioneer and scientific polymath John von Neumann. (2015-05-07)
Christianne Corbett to speak at Entomology 2011
Christianne Corbett, a senior researcher at the American Association of University Women (AAUW), will be the keynote speaker at Entomology 2011, the 59th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. (2011-05-16)
USC study: Unlocking biology with math
Scientists at USC have created a mathematical model that explains and predicts the biological process that creates antibody diversity -- the phenomenon that keeps us healthy by generating robust immune systems through hypermutation. (2013-10-07)
Mathematics and the ocean: Movement, mixing and climate modeling
Emily Shuckburgh of the British Atlantic Survey described mathematical ideas from dynamical systems along with numerical modeling and experimental observations to analyze mixing in the ocean. (2012-10-17)
'Bootstrap' math/computer science curriculum gets $1.5 million from NSF
Bootstrap is a curriculum that helps kids learn algebra as they program their own video games. (2015-10-07)
Teenagers' perceptions of math and English
To explore students' beliefs about how good they thought they were in each subject (Math and English), how hard they believed the subjects were, and how interesting and useful they considered the subjects, we followed 1,323 students from grades 7 through 11. (2004-09-17)
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