Mathematics Mathematician who made order from randomness awarded “Nobel of mathematics” March 20, 2024

Mathematics Mathematician finds brilliant solution to 50-year-old Mobius strip puzzle September 13, 2023

Mathematics “Nobel of Mathematics” awarded for equations predicting the behavior of the world around us March 22, 2023

Mathematics The pandemic killed a million Americans. But the human brain is terrible at big numbers April 1, 2022

Mathematics Abel Prize awarded to pioneering mathematician who built bridges between seemingly different fields of math March 23, 2022 - Updated on January 3, 2023

Mathematics Why some people can’t count past “1”: Mathematical thinking is shaped by language and culture February 9, 2022 - Updated on July 19, 2023

Mathematics New statistical approach aims to predict when low-probability, high-impact events happen December 2, 2021 - Updated on December 3, 2021

Mathematics Mathematicians know how to solve traffic jams — we just need policymakers to listen September 30, 2021

Mathematics Why is an egg shaped like an egg? Turns out, there’s some serious math behind it September 10, 2021 - Updated on February 15, 2024

Mathematics Oldest example of applied geometry found in 3,700-year-old Babylonian clay tablet August 4, 2021 - Updated on August 5, 2021

Mathematics Scientists develop origami inflatable structures that are stable both inflated and deflated April 22, 2021

Mathematics Scientists find no difference in math ability in the brains of boys and girls April 21, 2021

Mathematics Computation pioneers awarded ‘Nobel of Mathematics’ March 17, 2021 - Updated on March 27, 2021

Mathematics The pandemic changed the way we dream. A new study tries to make sense of it all February 5, 2021

Mathematics You’ve been brewing espresso the wrong way this whole time, mathematicians say January 22, 2020

Environment New model predicts where Ebola might strike next — and climate change is an issue October 16, 2019

Mathematics How simple subtractions can stump even mathematicians — and why that matters for understanding our brains July 31, 2019

Mathematics Karen Uhlenbeck officially receives the Abel Prize — the first woman ever to do so May 21, 2019 - Updated on May 22, 2019

History The kill rate in Game of Thrones is actually quite realistic, a new study reveals April 15, 2019

Mathematics Karen Uhlenbeck wins the “Nobel” of Mathematics — the first time the prize was won by a woman March 19, 2019 - Updated on March 27, 2019

Mathematics Time travel Anime inspires solution to puzzling math problem October 25, 2018 - Updated on February 26, 2019

Mathematics Renowned mathematician Michael Atiyah claims to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis September 24, 2018 - Updated on May 5, 2023

Mathematics Renowned mathematician claims “simple” solution to 160-year-old problem September 24, 2018

Mathematics Researchers have found a pattern for prime numbers — and it resembles something from nature September 21, 2018

Biology Amateur mathematician Aubrey de Grey, known for his work on anti-aging, solves decades-old problem April 20, 2018

Mathematics There are 15 possible ways to cover a floor with pentagonal tiles September 29, 2017 - Updated on February 4, 2020

History “Nothing” changed: ancient Indian text pushes the history of zero back 500 years September 15, 2017

Archaeology Ancient 3700-year-old Babylonian tablet may be earliest evidence of trigonometry August 25, 2017 - Updated on February 17, 2023

Mathematics Laws of mathematics don’t apply here, says Australian PM July 17, 2017 - Updated on July 20, 2017