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A mathematician who has analyzed card shuffling for decades is tackling one final nemesis: “smooshing.”
A collaboration between mechanical engineers and mathematicians has revealed universal rules for how wrinkles form.
Surprising oil drop experiments suggest that the quantum world may not be as strange as advertised.
A daring speculation offers a potential way forward in one of the great unsolved problems of mathematics: the behavior of the Navier-Stokes equations for fluid flow.
By investigating the central role played by knots in fluids and fields, physicists hope to unravel long-standing mysteries of turbulence.
New data collected by mathematicians and oceanographers in the frigid waters of the Southern Ocean could dramatically improve climate models.
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