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New inverse algorithm for CO2 retrieval from satellite observations
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NASA's Real 'Hidden Figures'
SPACE.COM The book and movie "Hidden Figures" celebrate the contributions of African-American "human computers" who performed mathematical equations and calculations in the early days of the U.S. space program. 17 hours
Scientists find advanced geometry no secret to prehistoric architects in US Southwest
PHYS.ORG Imagine you are about to plan and construct a building that involves several complicated geometrical shapes, but you aren't allowed to write down any... 23 hours
Discrepancy between the theoretical, experimental results of a system of biological interest is resolved
SCIENCE DAILY A piece of research has resolved the tautomeric equilibrium of a model system of great biological interest. The work was... 1 day
Mysterious Desert 'Fairy Circles' Explained by Math
LIVE SCIENCE Termite colonies and self-organizing plants might not be mutually exclusive explanations for the barren patches known as fairy circles. 1 day
The discrepancy between the theoretical and experimental results of a system of biological interest is resolved
PHYS.ORG Research in which UPV/EHU's Department of Physical Chemistry collaborated has resolved the tautomeric equilibrium of a... 1 day
Chemists strike gold, solve mystery about precious metal’s properties
SCIENCE-NEWS A longstanding puzzle about gold’s properties has been solved with more complex theoretical calculations. 1 day
Traders use algorithms that capture Trump's remarks and then buy or sell affected stocks
PHYS.ORG The jaw-dropping speed at which certain stocks have moved in response to Donald Trump's tweets about corporate America makes it... 4 days
New method recognises tree species automatically
PHYS.ORG A joint research project by Tampere University of Technology's mathematics laboratory and the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) has developed a new method of recognising tree species based on laser scanning measurements. The method enables the... 4 days
Top maths tips for parents preparing for the school year
PHYS.ORG With recent reports showing Australian performance in Mathematics has stagnated over the years, Dr Catherine Attard from Western Sydney University believes the new school year is a time... 4 days
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ASTRO WATCH Like cosmic lighthouses sweeping the universe with bursts of energy, pulsars have fascinated and baffled astronomers since they were first discovered 50 years ago.... 5 days
Talking to children about STEM fields boosts test scores and career interest
SCIENCE DAILY Parents who talk with their high schoolers about the relevance of science and math can increase competency and career interest in the fields, a... 6 days
Talking to children about STEM fields boosts test scores and career interest
PHYS.ORG A new study finds parents who talk with their high schoolers about the relevance of science and math can increase competency and career interest... 6 days
Why learn spelling or maths if there's an app for that?
PHYS.ORG There is no doubt that digital technologies have disrupted our modes of teaching. The resources and inputs into teaching have changed to incorporate computer-aided approaches such... 6 days
A tale of two pulsars' tails: Plumes offer geometry lessons to astronomers
SCIENCE DAILY Like cosmic lighthouses sweeping the universe with bursts of energy, pulsars have fascinated and baffled astronomers since they were first discovered 50 years ago.... 7 days
A tale of two pulsars' tails: Plumes offer geometry lessons to astronomers
PHYS.ORG Like cosmic lighthouses sweeping the universe with bursts of energy, pulsars have fascinated and baffled astronomers since they were first discovered 50 years ago.... 1 week
Candidates for bionic hand reconstruction
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers offer a treatment algorithm, or protocol, for identifying patients with global (flail arm) brachial plexus injuries who are likely to benefit from trading in their insensate and nonfunctional hand for a myoelectric prosthetic device. 1 week
China to develop prototype super, super computer in 2017
PHYS.ORG China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, state media said Tuesday, as it seeks to win a global race to be the first... 1 week
Graphene photodetector enhanced by fractal golden 'snowflake'
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Scientists propose a novel regional path tracking scheme for autonomous ground vehicles
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Schizophrenia could directly increase risk of diabetes
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New technology enables 5-D imaging in live animals, humans
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The promise and peril of emerging reproductive technologies
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Researchers find neurons that orient bats toward destination
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[Book Review] Life in the age of the algorithm
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First ever perched landing performed using machine learning algorithms
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Interlayer couplings, Moire patterns, and 2D electronic superlattices in MoS2/WSe2 hetero-bilayers
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Network traffic anomaly detection
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Fractional calculus helps control systems hit their mark
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