Tag Archives:: matemáticas

Topology, sometimes called rubber sheet geometry, is finding patterns in the brain, drugs and evolution […]

Field research suggests a new explanation for the synchronized flashing in fireflies and confirms that a novel form of “chimeric” synchrony occurs naturally. […]

A custom-built machine learning algorithm can predict when a complex system is about to switch to a wildly different mode of behavior. […]

What’s a message, really? Claude Shannon recognized that the elemental ingredient is surprise. […]

Rethinking questions and chasing patterns led Newton to find the connection between curves and infinite sums. […]

New research finds that chaos plays a bigger role in population dynamics than decades of ecological data seemed to suggest. […]

Three computer scientists have posted a proof of the NLTS conjecture, showing that systems of entangled particles can remain difficult to analyze even away from extremes. […]

Con la ayuda de las matemáticas y la mosca de la fruta, investigadores de los institutos IBiS de Sevilla e I2SysBio de Valencia han elaborado un modelo que relaciona por primera vez la geometría de un tejido epitelial y sus […]

Artificial intelligence has bested humans at problem-solving challenges like chess and Go. Is mathematics research next? Steven Strogatz speaks with mathematician Kevin Buzzard to learn about the effort to translate math into language that computers understand. […]

Maryna Viazovska, who works on the geometry of spheres, is one of four winners of this year’s Fields Medals. […]