Mathematics Researchers create mesmerizing tornado simulation algorithm [with video] March 21, 2017 - Updated on August 1, 2023

Mathematics Struggling with math? You might have what scientists call a ‘math disability’ October 7, 2016

Art Using Mathematical Functions to Create Stunning Animations September 26, 2016 - Updated on February 22, 2019

Mathematics Astrophysicist calculates a one in 87 billion chance Melania Trump’s speech was not plagiarised July 20, 2016

Mathematics Weapons of math destruction: plane delayed because university professor was writing equations May 10, 2016

Mathematics If you’re left-handed, you may be a bit better at math May 9, 2016 - Updated on July 27, 2019

Mathematics 9 Mathematical facts that will blow your mind [and a delicious bonus] May 2, 2016 - Updated on April 30, 2023

Mathematics Primes don’t like to repeat themselves: a mathematical conspiracy revealed March 15, 2016

Mathematics How to check if a 22,338,618 digits long number is prime January 21, 2016 - Updated on January 23, 2016

Mathematics Largest prime number is 22 million digits long. Good thing computers are around January 20, 2016 - Updated on January 21, 2016

Mathematics Classic formula for ‘pi’ connects pure math and quantum mechanics like a ‘magic trick’ November 23, 2015 - Updated on February 22, 2019

Mathematics No, a Nigerian didn’t solve the Riemann Hypothesis November 19, 2015 - Updated on March 16, 2023

Mathematics How a ‘rather dull’ taxi number inspired Ramanujan to make a math discovery decades ahead of his time October 15, 2015 - Updated on March 16, 2023

Art Temari Balls: Mixing Mathematics with Beautiful Art September 14, 2015 - Updated on April 29, 2023

Mathematics Mathematician may have revolutionized the theory of numbers… but nobody understands his proof January 12, 2015

Mathematics Languages are being killed by economic growth September 3, 2014 - Updated on May 24, 2021

Mathematics Making Asimov proud: New algorithm can detect where atrocities will occur January 8, 2014

Mathematics Perpetual motion machines still an impossibility – even in the quantum world December 20, 2013

Mathematics Polynesian people used binary numbers 600 years ago, way before Leibnitz December 18, 2013 - Updated on January 6, 2014

Diseases Predicting pandemic outbreaks by looking at air traffic December 13, 2013 - Updated on January 6, 2014

Mathematics The Formula that Could Destroy Chess Forever November 27, 2013 - Updated on March 16, 2021

Discoveries Mathematical equation helps predict calamities, financial crashes or epilepsy seizures October 28, 2013 - Updated on January 11, 2017

Mathematics Cited paper suggesting a ‘ratio for a good life’ exposed as nonsense by amateur psychologist August 13, 2013