Mathematics - Research News

Team discovers thousands of new transformable knots

 Mathematics - Research News
 05 September 2023
Knots are used in all sorts of ways, every day. They ensure safety both indoors and for outdoor activities such as boating or sailing, are used as surgical sutures, as decorations, and they can even be found at nanoscales in nature, for example in DNA molecules....

Mathematical proof reveals new insights into typhoon dynamics

 Mathematics - Research News
 05 September 2023
In a remarkable breakthrough in the field of mathematical science, Professor Kyudong Choi from the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UNIST has provided an irrefutable proof that certain spherical vortices exist in a stable state. This discovery holds significant implications for predicting...

What do a jellyfish, a cat, a snake, and an astronaut have in common? Math.

 Mathematics - Research News
 10 August 2023
Across the animal kingdom there are creatures that move through their environments not by walking or running or climbing but instead by simply changing the shape of their bodies. This kind of locomotion is found in snakes as they slither, in stingrays as they swim, and even in cats as they twist...

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