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Dec 29, 2015

Harvard researchers made a mathematical model on how animals develop their stripes in certain patterns.

Georgia Tech researchers came up with a mathematical algorithm that may be the key in understanding how the brain works.

Shinichi Mochizuki's ABC Conjecture proved to be impenetrable because of new terminology and introduction of a new branch of mathematics.

Simulation resulted on a swimming movement of Plesiosaurs as penguin-like.

Ex-MVP baseball star Jose Canseco took to Twitter to express his opinion and directly states that he supports Elon Musk on his ideas on making Mars a habitable planet next to Earth, comparing Musk's and his "great minds."

A new mathematical model for the frictional shear stress of ice explains why ice is slippery.

Recently, mathematicians from Duke University suggest that correct mathematical calculations of the actual tumor growth might help healthcare practitioners deal with the deadly disease.

According to new research, the equatorial electrojet about 60 miles above the surface of the Earth could be disturbing electrical grids near the equator when it amps up.

Experiements in the chamber with the weakest magnetic field on Earth could answer fundamental questions for theoretical physics science.

Retired experimental physicist Leon Lederman is now 92 years old and facing serious health problems and memory loss. So he took to an online auction and sold his 1988 Nobel prize for his co-discovery of subatomic particle called the muon neutrino to cover his costs. The price of Nobel fame online? $765,002.

University of Utah engineers have taken a big step toward computing at the speed of light. Their research will help create the next generation of computers and mobile devices-devices that will be capable of speeds millions of times faster than machines are now.

It may sound silly to wonder if our huge, vast universe is 3D, but that's exactly what scientists are now beginning to question. According to a new study, some scientists now believe that the Universe is really just a hologram.

The best and worst of April Fools' pranks from around the Web.

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