Math and biology professor Frederick Adler and math doctoral student Chris Remien have developed an equation to help gauge aid for Tylenol overdose patients. Read the full article here.

Read MoreWhat if we treated star students like star athletes? That’s the question that motivated this video about Sam Dittmer, Hyrum Golze, and Robert Yang– three of BYU’s top mathletes. See the video here

Read MoreThese ancient Chinese puzzles have fascinated mathematicians for centuries. Their geometrical proportions and infinite possibilities have made them useful for practices in logical thinking. Fu Tsiang Wang and Chuan-chin Hsiung mathematically proved in 1942 the existence of a finite set of patterns referred to as "convex". Meaning that there are no indentations along the outside…

Read MoreErik, a math prodigy who was honored in Popular Science’s second annual Brilliant 10, and his father Martin, an artist who was drawn into math through his son, built the piece by starting with a three-dimensional hexagon they folded from paper. They then inputted the shape into a computer and virtually erased all of…

Read MoreNew mathematical discoveries have made it possible to transform a clockwise helix into a counterclockwise one, or vice versa. To read the full article click here.

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