Meteorologists make their living predicting storm movements. In most areas, air streams follow certain patterns that help weather forecasters in their work. Mathematicians have now added another element to weathercasting: Predicting the energy which large storms, especially hurricanes, will produce. A team of researchers in Spain has discovered the mathematical relation between the number of…

Read MorePresident Obama’s administration predicts the U.S. will need 250,000 new teachers in the next five years. Of those, at least 10,000 math and science teachers will be required in order for the U.S. to keep up with other countries. In order to help this, the president’s Educate to Innovate campaign aims to train a new…

Read MoreA mathematical formula developed by researchers in the UK predicts a "clear favorite" for Sunday’s World Cup Final between Spain and the Netherlands, and offers an explanation for the outcomes of previous matches.

Read MoreIn order to enhance your math proficiency, you need to have it in your bones. This is a great blog post from Math Mojo–a site aiming to help math teachers and enthusiasts in becoming more proficient in practical uses of math.

Read MoreThe New York Times reports on elementary school engineering programs, which aim to boost STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) training among the next generation.

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