Some clever math may have solved one of space’s greatest mysteries: the amount of dark matter in the universe.
But this discovery may have raised more questions than it answered. Check it out.
A new kind of computer can crunch through our frequently used data encryption algorithms, creating a data security crisis.
But it turns out that an obscure thirty-year-old code is resistant to all known decryption methods. See what makes this formula different.
Smoked salmon is a gourmet favorite, but unfortunately it’s also a big hit with microbial bacteria.
Scientists with the U.S. Department of Agriculture have been busy cooking up a mathematical model to make sure that when people eat salmon, that’s all they’re eating. Click here to learn more about how math can find the perfect temperature and amounts of smoke and salt to eliminate food poisoning.
People are as different on the inside as they are on the outside, so deciding which surgery to perform is sometimes a life-or-death guessing game.
However, a professor at Stanford University has created a computer program that models each patient’s unique cardiovascular system, taking the guesswork out of major heart surgery. Click here to read the full article.