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Events such as the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad, an international competition founded in 2012, have been criticized by some women mathematicians for promoting negative stereotypes about women in the field.
Lander, a geneticist and mathematician, ranks first on a new list of top biomedical researchers produced by the scientific literature search tool Semantic Scholar.
Emmanuel Candès, mathematician and statistician, Stanford, Calif.
Now, in a very much overdue honor for the trailblazer, NASA has just dedicated a new facility to honor the mathematician: the Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility.
In 1760, Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli created a dynamic model of smallpox transmission, showing how the disease spread and examining the effect that inoculation had on the survival of patients.
In July, two scholars were awarded one of the highest honors in math for solving a problem that has stumped mathematicians for seven decades: whether two variations of infinity expressed in sets of numbers are the same.
The prolific and engaging mathematician uncovers formulas underpinning everything from mountains to music in a fun read.
In the 1950s, Jerome Karle, together with Herbert A. Hauptman, a mathematician, developed a technique that could be used for more complex, three-dimensional structures.
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