Health - Mathematics - Mar 4
Health - Mathematics
How best to evaluate the performance of a group testing strategy for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which involves pooling samples from multiple individuals in order to conduct a single RT-PCR test on the whole group? To do precisely that, scientists from the CNRS, l'université Grenoble Alpes, and l'université Sorbonne Paris Nord 1 have developed a model that evaluates the efficiency of such tests.
Mathematics - Feb 24

For 100 years mathematicians have been trying to solve the question of whether it is possible to fit all four points of a rectangle into any given closed curve shape. Or, more bluntly, can you fit a square peg into a round hole? Research so far had found that it was only possible to fit the proverbial square peg into a round hole if the peg in question was of certain proportions, until now...

Health - Mathematics - Jan 29
Health - Mathematics

Where do the greatest risks of infection lurk? How can you protect yourself and others even better? Scientists all over the world are working to expand knowledge about Covid-19 - including at Empa. Researchers are now using measurements and simulations to take a close look at cable cars and cabins in ski resorts.

Computer Science - Mathematics - Jan 27

Official weather forecasts are being produced faster and more efficiently, thanks to revolutionary technology designed by scientists at the University of Bath.

Life Sciences - Mathematics - Jan 13

The swirling currents occur when the rodlike structures that extend inward from the cells' membranes bend in tandem, like stalks of wheat caught in a strong breeze, according to a study from the University of Cambridge and the Flatiron Institute.

Mathematics - Dec 18, 2020

Spread joy this festive season by dividing your Christmas cake into equal slices and keeping it moist between servings.

Mathematics - Physics - Feb 8
Mathematics - Physics

New type of optical computing could solve highly complex problems that are out of reach for even the most powerful supercomputers.

Life Sciences - Mathematics - Jan 27
Life Sciences - Mathematics

Unlike their simple counterparts in artificial intelligence (AI) applications, neurons in the brain use dendrites - their intricate tree-like branches - to find relevant chunks of information. Now, neuroscientists from the University of Bern have discovered a new computational method to make complex dendrite models much simpler. These faithful reductions may lead AI applications to process information much like the brain does.

Mathematics - Jan 19

Spread joy this festive season by dividing your Christmas cake into equal slices and keeping it moist between servings.

Computer Science - Mathematics - Jan 4
Computer Science - Mathematics

For the first time, researchers at ETH Zurich have successfully automated the modelling of turbulence. Their project relies on fusing reinforcement learning algorithms with turbulent flow simulations on the CSCS supercomputer "Piz Daint".

Physics - Mathematics - Dec 18, 2020

Researchers from the University of Glasgow's College of Science & Engineering are sharing in new funding for adventurous, high-risk research. Four projects from three Schools have received support from the £25.5m New Horizons fund, administered by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC).

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