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<p>Three computer scientists have solved a problem central to a dozen far-flung mathematical fields.</p>
Mathematics

‘Outsiders’ Crack 50-Year-Old Math Problem

Three computer scientists have solved a problem central to a dozen far-flung mathematical fields.

<p>By examining regions shared between some of nature&#8217;s most variable genes, malaria researchers are piecing together an understanding of a deadly parasite.</p>
Biology

Networks Untangle Malaria’s Deadly Shuffle

By examining regions shared between some of nature’s most variable genes, malaria researchers are piecing together an understanding of a deadly parasite.

<p>Researchers are uncovering the hidden laws that reveal how the Internet grows, how viruses spread, and how financial bubbles burst.</p>
complex systems

The New Laws of Explosive Networks

Researchers are uncovering the hidden laws that reveal how the Internet grows, how viruses spread, and how financial bubbles burst.

<p>Neuroscientists have identified a network of highly linked brain regions that could prove essential in integrating information and facilitating higher-order cognitive tasks.</p>
neuroscience

In Brain’s ‘Rich Club,’ Meetings of the Mind

Neuroscientists have identified a network of highly linked brain regions that could prove essential in integrating information and facilitating higher-order cognitive tasks.

<p><span style="font-family: Cambria; font-size: medium;">In the complex architecture that ferries fluids in plants and brains, scientists are finding a model of resilience. </span> <span style="font-family: Cambria; font-size: medium;"> </span></p>
networks

Nature’s Loopy Architecture

In the complex architecture that ferries fluids in plants and brains, scientists are finding a model of resilience.  

<p>In an increasingly interconnected world, scientists are seeking safeguards against catastrophic cascades of failure like stock market crashes and widespread blackouts.</p>
networks

Treading Softly in a Connected World

In an increasingly interconnected world, scientists are seeking safeguards against catastrophic cascades of failure like stock market crashes and widespread blackouts.