Nash's groundbreaking work in game theory won him the Nobel, but he still suffered from mental illness his whole life.
An infinite number of musical combinations is narrowed by listenability.
An Iranian-born mathematician has become the first woman to win a prestigious Fields Medal, widely viewed as the Nobel Prize of mathematics.
A man with a traumatic brain injury developed the remarkable ability to see the world mathematically.
Sometimes, math can be hard ... but can it also be beautiful? Our resident mathematician Tara Long joins DNews today to discuss a new study shows how math can be perceived as a beautiful piece of art in the brain.
Everyone's heard someone say that they're "just not a math person." But don't believe them: It's not true! These people are just lazy, and science proves it. Trace Dominguez explains.
Babies who have a strong primitive sense of numbers at 6 months of age grow into children with solid math skills at age 3.
Contrary to public opinion, girls are interested in math and science.