### Seattle seventh grader wins national math bee

A Seattle seventh grader has won the national math bee.

A Seattle seventh grader has won the national math bee.

May 10, 2016
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Dockers and Eagles fans could improve their team's on-field chances by yelling out to the players to pass the ball, according to a new complex mathematical network theory.

May 09, 2016
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According to the Vision Council of America, roughly 75% of adults in the United States require some form of vision correction. Yet only 10% of Americans wear contact lenses. Studies estimate that one in four initial contact-users ...

May 04, 2016
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Studying the way that solitary hunters such as tigers, bears or sea turtles chase down their prey turns out to be very useful in understanding the interaction between individual white blood cells and colonies of bacteria. ...

Apr 28, 2016
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Let's say you're trying to pinpoint when a particular past event occurred, but your best possible estimate puts it only within a span of 10,000 years. Now imagine if something could shrink that window of "when" to just 30 ...

Apr 27, 2016
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The hunt for p-values less than 0.05 has left many of science's roadways riddled with potholes.

Apr 26, 2016
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EU researchers have applied game theory in order to develop new ways of efficiently controlling complex systems such as heating and power.

Apr 25, 2016
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(Phys.org)—A small team of mathematicians with Oxford University and an engineer with Tufts University has together proposed a model to explain the dynamics of the chameleon tongue. In their paper published in Proceedings ...

An international team of investigators from Brazil, Scotland and Germany is expanding the research base on the brain's complex suite of connections known as neural networks using computer simulations and a technique called ...

Apr 19, 2016
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Juan Manuel Fangio is the greatest Formula One driver of all time, according to new research by the University of Sheffield.

Apr 14, 2016
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