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A (Way Too Early) Look At The 2016 World Title Race

It's a mathematical hail-mary at this point.. The post A (Way Too Early) Look At The 2016 World Title Race appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

A (Way Too Early) Look At The World Race

It's a mathematical hail-mary at this point.. The post A (Way Too Early) Look At The World Race appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Clinton Campaign Embraces Strong Encryption, But Not For Us

Hillary Clinton has yet to offer a definitive policy stance on strong end-to-end encryption, the mathematical algorithms that protect our data, instant messages, and web browsing. Instead of calling for a ban on government mandated encryption...Show More Summary

World's Scientists: "Human Consciousness Will Remain a Mystery"

Sir Roger Penrose, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University, has asked "what right do we have to claim, as some might, that human beings are the only inhabitants of our planet blessed with an actual ability to be "aware"? It...

What Every Incoming Science Student Should Know

  According to the U.S. Department of Education, one out of two college students who plan to major in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) change their minds or drop out of school altogether.  

Voronoi Chess Pieces

Edge3D sells a ready-to-play 3D printed chess set using pieces derived from a using a Voronoi mathematical model to create holes in the pieces without destabilizing them. Available in several colors; chess board not included.

Lacking other meaningful data, university faculty devise their own evaluation systems

CORVALLIS, Ore. - In the fast-growing and job-rich disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM, improving instruction at the college level is critical to keeping students engaged in these fields. But filling...Show More Summary

Can you solve these brain teasers written by the NSA’s top mathematicians?

When one thinks of institutions and places that house some of the brightest mathematical minds on the planet, one tends to think of companies like Google and academic institutions like MIT and Cal Tech. But flying somewhat underneath...Show More Summary

Funny Olympic Facts

Whatever your views on the monarchy and Ireland, I think we can all be united by a brief pause of mathematical surprise that HM Queen Elizabeth’s 2016 personal medal tally is precisely 50 golds, 50 silvers, and 50 bronzes.

A Danish Wind Turbine Maker Harnesses Data in a Push to Stay Ahead

Vestas was in a precarious position in 2012, but it is now a market leader, thanks in large part to its focus on data and mathematics.

Who’s still together from ‘Are You the One?’ Season 4?

What is it that makes for true love? It’s safe to say that there is no science or mathematical equation to figure which two people belong together, if MTV’s dating competition show “Are You the One?” is any indication. Truth Booth, shmooth booth, amirite? Because the science and personality tests used to figure out these […]

The Mayans May Have Had a Mathematical Genius

Researchers studying the Mayan culture have long been impressed by the Dresden Codex – the 11th century text considered to be the oldest book written in the Americas and possibly based on a book written 400 years before. It has been assumed the book was an astrological...

Mathematical analysis conducted of a rare cavernicolous crustacean

A scientific collaboration has discovered previously unknown regularities of arthropod limbs based on studies of the remipede Speleonectes tulumensis, a rare crustacean found in saline waters of caves.

Scientists have conducted a mathematical analysis of a rare cavernicolous crustacean

A scientific collaboration of researchers from the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Smithsonian Institution has discovered previously unknown regularities of arthropod limbs based on studies of the remipede Speleonectes tulumensis, a rare crustacean found in saline waters of caves. Show More Summary

Trump Endorsements: Acclaimed Author ‘Mathematically Certain New York Times’ Will Endorse Trump

Donald Trump endorsements are becoming fewer and further between since the GOP frontrunner began his steep slide down the general election polling. A turning point for this lack of support stems from when he took aim at Khizr Khan and his wife, a Gold Star family who criticized him at the Democratic National Convention. Show More Summary

The math of earthquakes

A computational science doctoral student has successfully tied a new mathematical modeling process to the study of earthquakes.

Why hasn’t the preseason been reduced yet?

Week Two of the 2016 preseason begins Thursday night. After Week Two ends, the preseason will still have two more weeks. Which, according to my limited mathematical skills, means that the preseason still has four weeks. The preseason still has four weeks even though, four years ago, the Commissioner made a very strong case for…

This is the biggest trend in the hedge fund world right now

The humans are losing, the computers are winning, and the hedge fund game is changing. The hot topic in hedge fund land right now is the rise of the computer-driven investing, or funds that use complex mathematical models to bet on markets. It seems to be the trend of the day at a time when many traditional hedge funds are getting crushed. Show More Summary

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