Curves can be crazy, but asymptotes are nice and straight.
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Can the virus that causes COVID-19 mutate into a vaccine-resistant strain? And if yes, what would this mean for our vaccination strategy?
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Using artificial intelligence to improve traffic, protecting the environment and human health.
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Are you fascinated by the double slit experiment? Then hold on to your hat for Wheeler's delayed choice experiment.
Try your brain at this tricky, but lovely, riddle.
Where have the COVID-19 vaccines got us so far and where we are likely to be when the rollout is complete?
A quick example of the art of rough and ready calculations.
You are faced with a difficult problem, it is not easily solved. How do you feel? Well, if you are Avi Wigderson, one of the winners of the 2021 Abel Prize, you are very happy!
There are triangular numbers hiding all over the standard multiplication table! Find out how to discover them in this article!