Exactly 100 years ago on Nov. 25, 2015, physicist Albert Einstein, then 36, presented a fourth and final lecture to the Prussian Academy of Sciences about his new general theory of relativity.
A mathematical way to describe chaotic systems uses a simple numerical scale to show if things might fly out of control.
So-called memcomputers process and store data just like the human brain.
When Nash was in his 50s, his condition began to improve.
Algorithms and computer analysis used to track pop music from 1960 to 2010 show hip hop was the single most important event in 50 years.
Long-lost notes owned by British mathematician and World War II code breaker Alan Turing fetch a high price at auction.
With mega companies like Microsoft, Google and IBM quietly investing in quantum computing development, word is starting to leak out that the out-there technology with the sci-fi name might be a part of our lives sooner rather than later.
Small differences in the genes can account for how well kids do with numbers and words innately.
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