Hydrodynamic field inside and outside the skeletal structure of the Euplectella aspergillum glass sponge. The field was reconstructed using CINECA super-computers. Kinetic methodologies and advanced…

# Posts published in “Mathematics”

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Bigon Rings: Researchers described the mathematics that underlie many forms created from thin strips of flexible material. The techniques could assist to form materials that…

The striped pattern found in a monoatomic layer of bismuth is the same as that found in the pigmentation of certain tropical fish. Both are…

Landscape views of scatters of qubbas around the Jebel Maman. Credit: Stefano Costanzo (CC-BY 4.0) Statistical methods designed for cosmology reveal tomb distribution in Sudan…

Image presents global COVID-19 spread across countries over time. Countries marked in yellow–upper bound of a 95% confidence interval of the estimated origin date includes…

The magic of mathematics is particularly reflected in magic squares. Recently, quantum physicist Gemma De las Cuevas and mathematicians Tim Netzer and Tom Drescher introduced…

In mathematics, simple equations can generate a complex evolution in time and intriguing patterns in space. One famous example of this is the Mandelbrot set,…

The COVID-19 pandemic has made clear the importance of understanding precisely how diseases spread throughout networks of transportation. However, rigorously determining the connection between disease…

A Penn State scientist studying crystal structures has developed a new mathematical formula that may solve a decades-old problem in understanding spacetime, the fabric of…

## Will COVID-19 Eventually Become Just a Seasonal Nuisance? Scientists Model Possible COVID-19 Futures

Within the next decade, the novel coronavirus responsible for COVID-19 could become little more than a nuisance, causing no more than common cold-like coughs and…

A newly developed method mathematically describes periodic changes in the brightness of stars. The model can also be applied to similar variable phenomena such as…

Theoretical method can make objects invisible to a thermal camera, or mimic a different object. Can you feel the heat? To a thermal camera, which…

Melanie Wood is first woman to win Waterman Award in mathematics. Credit: Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer Recognized for contributions in number theory, algebraic geometry, topology.…

Who made more accurate predictions about the course of the COVID-19 pandemic — experts or the public? A study from the University of Cambridge has…

Evolution of excess mortality due to pausing administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine as a function of the number of days of interruption. Credit: Davide Faranda,…

An international research team has proven that the imaginary part of quantum mechanics can be observed in action in the real world. For almost a…

Scientists modeling the spread of COVID-19 showed that a temporary state of immunity arises when many social groups collectively have been infected. This ‘transient collective…

Illustration of a network of contacts to show the spreading of COVID-19 in a population where a fraction of the individuals (cones) wear masks and…

Are we really living in a polarized world? A mathematical model reveals surprises — particularly about people in the middle. When people talk about the…

Clustered fruit fly nurse cells squeeze their contents into a large egg cell. Credit: Jasmin Imran Alsous Oocyte growth relies on physical phenomena that drive…