As part of youth forum, an International Year of Light celebration highlights the importance of education and multicultural exchange
Mass media coverage can slow disease spread, according to a new study
A glimpse into the preeminent global science policy event with WSF president László Lovász
A mathematical model of behavior during an epidemic wins the 2015 Bellman Prize
A new mathematical model that explains cycling formations has some surprising applications
Celebrating optics pioneer Ibn al-Haytham — and promoting intercultural collaboration for the International Year of Light
The famous mathematical constant prevails in modern science – and has taken on a life of its own in music, e-cards and, yes, pie-making
Winners of the Elsevier Foundation Awards for Women Scientists in the Developing World overcome major challenges in their pursuit of math and physics
The five early-career researchers in physics and math are from Nigeria, Sudan and Vietnam
The upcoming film – and a BBC interview from 1951 – explore the enigmatic thinking of the computer pioneer and the relationship between human and machine
Meet this year’s winners, and nominate early-career researchers for the 2015 awards
Suganth Kannan presented his mathematical model at a recent science conference, predicting an imminent earthquake 50 miles from the actual site
Take a brief video tour of the Elsevier Heritage Collection – and download a copy of Opera Mathematica
To make it easier for authors to submit papers, Elsevier has added a new way to submit LaTeX source files
A physicist and photographer explore the lives and work of master’s students and a professor in the West Bank
This year’s awards will recognize early-career researchers in physics and mathematics
Harris-Stowe State University finds opportunities – and funding – to prepare students for the growing world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics
A student writes about the inspiration behind his model for earthquake prediction – and what he learned on his (“tedious but worth it”) journey to publication
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