MsCuttsScienceMathematics Using Math To Understand Everything We See and Do neatorama.com - Franzified Galileo Galilei is the Italian mathematician and philosopher often credited with recognizing the essential role of mathematics in our attempt to …

MsCuttsScienceScience Scientists Solve Most Complex Traveling Salesman Problem Ever Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertSee how they cracked the deceptively simple—but brutally tough—problem for 22 "cities." Scientists in Japan have solved a more complex traveling salesman problem than ever before. The previous standard

MsCuttsScienceStem Cells A single number helps Stanford data scientists find most dangerous cancer cells stanford.edu Stanford data scientists have shown that figuring out a single number can help them find the most dangerous cancer cells. Biomedical data scientists …

MsCuttsScienceCoffee Scientists brew up a mathematical formula for the ideal coffee newatlas.com - Nick Lavars Could a more consistent and enjoyable cup of coffee also be a lot better for the environment? A team of scientists have created a mathematical model …

MsCuttsScienceCulture 2 Redditors used bread and math to turn Earth into a giant sandwich Mashable - Sam HaysomYou may not have realised it, but for a brief time a few days ago, you were no longer inhabiting the Earth. You were actually inhabiting a giant, rapidly spinning sandwich. It all started when 19-year-old

MsCuttsScienceScience Using a DNA-Based 'Computer,' Scientists Get the Square Root of 900 Gizmodo - Ryan F. Mandelbaum Using a computer-like system made from engineered DNA, scientists have computed the square root of 900. Biologists have proposed using genetic …

MsCuttsScienceScience Math Proves the Fastest, Most Efficient Way to Board a Plane Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertNew research shows letting the slowest passengers board first leads to the most efficient boarding overall. Look for the followup study, “How Exasperating Sighs and Eye-Rolling Slow Plane Boarding.” Trying

MsCuttsScienceCognitive Computing An algorithm that learns through rewards may show how our brain does too MIT Technology Review - Karen Hao By optimizing reinforcement-learning algorithms, DeepMind uncovered new details about how dopamine helps the brain learn. In 1951, Marvin Minsky, then …

MsCuttsScienceScience Mathematicians divided over faculty hiring practices that require proof of efforts to promote diversity sciencemag.org When Abigail Thompson, chair of the math department at the University of California (UC), Davis, penned an essay in the December 2019 issue of the …

MsCuttsScienceScience Scientists Solve 50-Year-Old Mechanics Problem Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertScientists have solved a 50-year-old mechanics problem that could change how statisticians run simulations and draw conclusions. The question is this: Is a 2D liquid different from a 3D liquid? The answer

MsCuttsScienceScience Hidden Computational Power Found in the Arms of Neurons Quanta Magazine - Jordana Cepelewicz The dendritic arms of some human neurons can perform logic operations that once seemed to require whole neural networks. The information-processing …

MsCuttsScienceScience Solving complex problems at the speed of light phys.org - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Many of the most challenging optimization problems encountered in various disciplines of science and engineering, from biology and drug discovery to …

MsCuttsScienceScience For Fluid Equations, a Steady Flow of Progress Quanta Magazine - Kevin Hartnett A startling experimental discovery about how fluids behave started a wave of important mathematical proofs. Scientific progress is not usually …

MsCuttsScienceMathematics Faith Is the Most Fundamental of the Mathematical Tools mindmatters.ai - Daniel Andrés Díaz-Pachón It was August 1900 in Paris. David Hilbert (1862–1943), one of the best-known mathematicians of his time (right), posed a list of twenty-three open …

MsCuttsScienceScience New mathematical model predicts knot strength newatlas.com - David Szondy Mathematicians and engineers from MIT have used color-changing fibers to help develop a mathematical model that can predict the stability of a knot. …

MsCuttsScienceScience Pressure-Sensitive Fibers Untangle the Math Behind Knots Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertUnderstanding math behind knots could lead to some seriously twisted innovation. Color-changing fibers are helping scientists to understand, for the first time, the exact ways some knots hold tighter others.

MsCuttsScience Hannah Fry: How much of our lives is secretly underpinned by maths? sciencefocus.com - Amy Barrett Mathematician, BBC presenter and host of this year’s Royal Society Christmas Lectures explains how mathematics props up everything that we …

MsCuttsScienceEquations Famous Fluid Equations Spring a Leak Quanta Magazine - Kevin Hartnett Researchers have spent centuries looking for a scenario in which the Euler fluid equations fail. Now a mathematician has finally found …

MsCuttsScienceIcon version of the Flipboard logo Dog brains have a knack for numbers, much like ours sciencemag.org Dogs may not be able to count to 10, but even the untrained ones have a rough sense of how many treats you put in their food bowl. That’s the finding …

MsCuttsScience Scientists discover dogs can do math, too Inverse - Nina Pullano Dogs and humans appear to use the same brain area to compute basic numbers. Dog lovers know: All dogs are very good boys and girls. But our favorite …

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MsCuttsScience Can you solve it? The club sandwich problem The Guardian - Alex Bellos1) A number sandwich is a line of digits such that there is one digit sandwiched between the 1s, two digits sandwiched between the 2’s, three digits sandwiched between the 3’s, and so on. For example,

MsCuttsScience Mathematician Terence Tao Cracks a ‘Dangerous’ Problem WIRED - Kevin Hartnett Tao has made huge progress on the Collatz conjecture, a simple-seeming puzzle that has bedeviled hapless mathematicians for decades. Experienced …

MsCuttsScience Math success requires more than computing Inverse - Nina Pullano The ability to compute numbers and make sense of problems will only take you so far. When it comes to math, the key to success might not be rooted …

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