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Environment - Mathematics - 10.09.2021
How to predict climate change from the comfort of your home
How to predict climate change from the comfort of your home
The causes of climate change can be demoed using a cheap home or school computer, thanks to a Python program developed by a team at the University of Bath.

Mathematics - 07.09.2021
Claims less Aussies paying tax not backed by data
Claims less Aussies paying tax not backed by data
No, there's not an increasing number of Australians freeloading off other taxpayers. A new ANU study explains why - with a little help from the cult film, The Princess Bride.

Astronomy / Space Science - Mathematics - 29.08.2021
New Mathematical Solutions to An Old Problem in Astronomy
The Bernese theoretical astrophysicist Kevin Heng has achieved a rare feat: On paper, he has derived novel solutions to an old mathematical problem needed to calculate light reflections from planets and moons.

Health - Mathematics - 05.08.2021
Opinion: Embracing uncertainty is the only path out of the pandemic
Sajid Javid's statement that no one will really know how many Covid cases there are over summer is more scientific than any epidemiological model, says Visiting Professor Paul Ormerod (UCL Computer Science).

Mathematics - 26.07.2021

Mathematics - 20.07.2021

Mathematics - Health - 01.07.2021
How long can a person live’ The 21st century may see a record-breaker
The number of people who live past the age of 100 has been on the rise for decades , up to nearly half a million people worldwide. There are, however, far fewer "supercentenarians," people who live to age 110 or even longer. The oldest living person, Jeanne Calment of France, was 122 when she died in 1997; currently, the world's oldest person is 118-year-old Kane Tanaka of Japan.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 11.06.2021
How ETH students established the first all-female Olympiad in Informatics
How ETH students established the first all-female Olympiad in Informatics
Next week, the first European Girls' Olympiad in Informatics will take place in Zurich. The competition, which will have around 160 participants from 43 countries, is being organised by ETH students, who also came up with the original idea and are the driving force behind the event.

Mathematics - 11.06.2021

Mathematics - Campus - 02.06.2021

Computer Science - Mathematics - 02.06.2021
New algorithm for modern quilting
New algorithm for modern quilting
When it comes to the art of quilting, determining the feasibility and order of steps in advanced patterns can be notoriously complicated - and frustrating.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 01.06.2021
Computer Vision: TU Graz Researchers Define New State of the Art
Computer Vision: TU Graz Researchers Define New State of the Art
Using the visual cortex as a model in the human brain, the research group led by ERC-award-winner Thomas Pock has developed new mathematical models and algorithms as the basis for faster and more intelligent image processing programs.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 26.05.2021
Transforming our understanding of deep learning
Transforming our understanding of deep learning
£3.5M programme will combine theory, modelling, data and computation to improve our understanding of deep learning, making it more accountable and transparent.

Environment - Mathematics - 25.05.2021

Environment - Mathematics - 21.05.2021
Institute of Mathematics for Planet Earth is founded
Institute of Mathematics for Planet Earth is founded
O    Mathematics have a major role to play in responding to pressing environmental issues, including global warming, species extinctions, extreme natural events, and pollution.

Mathematics - 20.05.2021
Opinion: Is there a happiness equation? Here’s how we’re trying to find out
Happiness is different for everyone in ways that scientists don't yet understand, but smartphone app The Happiness Project is helping to build a better picture of what makes us happy, says Honorary Associate Professor Robb Rutledge (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology). Most people would like to be happier.

Mathematics - Physics - 17.05.2021

Mathematics - 06.05.2021
A new bridge between the geometry of fractals and the dynamics of partial synchronization
Revealed in an article published in the journal Chaos on 3 May, of which Ralph G. Andrzejak, head of the Nonlinear Time Series Analysis Group, is the author.

Mathematics - History / Archeology - 02.05.2021
The statistician in the library: Stephen Stigler’s four decades crossing disciplinary lines
Pioneering scholar talks Stigler's Law, French lotteries and statistical history At any given university, statisticians aren't usually at the top of the list of library visitors.

Mathematics - Campus - 23.04.2021
Science Council recommends funding for mathematics research building: New research building planned at Münster University / Aim
Science Council recommends funding for mathematics research building: New research building planned at Münster University / Aim
New research building planned at Münster University / Aim: scientific breakthroughs through close collaboration between different fields of mathematics Research buildings can house not only laboratories and large-scale equipment.

Life Sciences - Mathematics - 22.04.2021

Mathematics - 13.04.2021
Patience and perseverance
Patience and perseverance
To be world chess champion - that was the plan when he was just eight years old. Although Gustav Holzegel did not achieve his aim, he can still be satisfied.

Mathematics - Computer Science - 19.03.2021
Honesty in statistical models
Honesty in statistical models
Stanford statisticians and Washington Post data scientists build more honest prediction models A new statistical model built on Stanford research generates more nuanced predictions for complicated events. The Washington Post ran this model during the 2020 presidential election and plans to use it for future elections.

Mathematics - Career - 17.03.2021

Mathematics - Innovation - 16.03.2021

Computer Science - Mathematics - 10.03.2021
Future virtual fitting rooms
Future virtual fitting rooms
Recerca A team of the University of Barcelona and the Computer Vision Center ( CVC ) have carried out CLOTH3D, the first 3D synthetic dataset at a large scale aimed at the development of deep learning to simulate clothes on different body types.

Campus - Mathematics - 09.03.2021

Campus - Mathematics - 05.03.2021
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