NYU researchers are implementing mathematical modeling to predict how best to prepare for flu season when it strikes. Click here to read more about their mission!
Bees haven’t just been busy in the hive, but also in the classroom! Researchers have discovered that bees can do basic addition and subtraction, while children don’t usually learn this skill until about 4 years old. Read more here!
What happens when art and STEM collide? Irene Posch is both an artist and researcher in computer science and media. Her work in the arts and research has been displayed internationally within various conferences and museums. Her latest work is an artistic, 8-bit computer built as an embroidery with textile relays connected through gold embroidery. See it here!
Why use bug repellant when you can use math? In this intriguing article we learn about how applied mathematicians are using mathematical modeling to limit mosquitoes spreading human diseases. Read more here!
What can we learn when students consistently achieve perfect scores on their math exams? Are they potentially being under-challenged? Click here to read more about how perfect test scores can actually be problematic for math students in the long run.