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Scientific American Articles

Triangulation Takeaway, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, March 2000

Resurrection Shuffle, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, November 1998

Your Halfs Bigger Than My Half!, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, November 1998

Choosily Chomping Chocolate, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, October 1998

What A Coincidence!, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, June 1998

The Anthropomurphic Principle, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, December 1995

Algorithms Calendar Calculations: Easter Is a Quasicrystal, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, March 2001

Number Theory Primes: Jumping Champions, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, December 2000

Biomathematics Patterns: Spiral Slime, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, November 2000

Logic Problems: Paradox Lost, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, June 2000

The Art of Elegant Tiling , Ian Stewart, Scientific American, July 1999

The Interrogator’s Fallacy, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, September 1996

Fibonacci Forgeries, Ian Stewart, Scientific American, May 1995

 

SIAM News Articles

Mining Multilingual Documents, Dianne P. O'Leary and John M. Conroy, SIAM News, September 2008

Materials Informatics and Data Mining for Materials Science, Krishna Rajan, SIAM News, September 2008

Severe-weather Experiment Puts Leading-edge Numerical Model Technology to the Test, Michelle Sipics, SIAM News, July 2008

Novel Algorithm Speeds Discovery of Electric Power Grid Vulnerabilities, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, May 2008

Applied Math Enters the Digital Age, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, December 2007

Dune Dynamics, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, October 2007

From Engine Parts to Monuments, Mathematics-based Software Conjures Accurate 3-D Models, Michelle Sipics, SIAM News, September 2007

Bending a Soccer Ball with CFD, Sarah Barber & Timothy P. Chartier, SIAM News, August 2007

Long-time Interest in Biorhythms Settles into Fascination with Oscillations in Cognition, Michelle Sipics, SIAM News, March 2007

A Moveable Feast: Researchers Seek Stability in Lability, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, January 2006

Patient-Specific Models Take Aim at Uncertainty in Medical Treatment, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, October 2005

Fighting Fire with Data, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, July 2004

OR Successes Run the Gamut, From Concrete to Kidneys, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, June 2004

Pattern Recognition and Gene Expression, Edward Dougherty, SIAM News, May 2002

Political Calculus, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, June 2001

A Popular Fix for Fuzzy Math?, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, December 2000

Massive Graphs Pose Big Problems, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, April 1999

Tornado Forecasters Mark Golden Anniversary, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, June 1998

A New Testament for Special Functions?, Barry Cipra, SIAM News, March 1998

 

In The News

A Statistical look at victory (www.collegian.psu.edu Jan. 23, 2009)

Doing the Math to Find the Good Jobs (www.wsj.com Jan. 26, 2009)

Physics, Math Provide Clues To Unraveling Cancer (www.sciencedaily.com Jan. 30, 2009)

Systems Biology Is The Key To Future Medical Breakthroughs, According To Leading European Scientists (Medical News Today January 14, 2009)

Statistically, does your presidential vote matter? (www.signonsandiego.com Nov. 2, 2008)

The Incredible Shrinking Scanner: MRI-like Machine Becomes Portable (www.sciam.com Nov. 2008)

Computer That Reacts To Thought A Lifeline For Brain Injured (www.sciencedaily.com Nov. 6, 2008)

New Model Predicts A Glacier's Life (www.sciencedaily.com Oct. 31, 2008)

Older ears hear again with cochlear implants (www.msnbc.com Oct. 2, 2008)