MIT is finally putting math to good use.
The question, first formulated in the 1950s, was essential to automata theory, which became the foundation of computer science.
A man with that many impossibly shaped objects has to be up to something.
A new model shows that evolution has programmed us to die—and that reprogramming isn’t off the table.
A new study looks at how “perceived mathematical ability” affects entry into maths-intensive science fields.
The mathematician John Forbes Nash of 'A Beautiful Mind' died in a car crash. What is his legacy?
In a new documentary, mathematician Patrick Sanan explains the math and physics behind 'Life of Pi’s' CGI star.
Understanding one of computer science's most classic problems.
A brief history of the Monte Carlo method.
Mutant Pac-Man, system architecture, and the integer overflow of time itself.