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Bar Sagi Tiling: From Refrigerator Door to Mathematics Journal
26.08.2019
Mathematics
“Proper Self-Similar Triangle Tiling,” a demanding exercise in drawing and coloring, casts a modern light on an ancient problem
Fast and Slow Measurement: Revealing the Shape of a Pulse
07.05.2019
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Two ultrafast pulses, measured together, create a kind of shape-revealing hologram
Taming the Curse of High Dimensionality
03.05.2018
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Unexpected connections may help simplify the math of complex systems
The Notorious Piston and Other Problems
15.02.2018
Theoretical Physics
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New insight into the mathematics of fast- and slow-moving bodies
Asking the Easier Question
01.01.2018
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Mathematical proofs help explain why some computer algorithms are better than others for large data streams
Go Your Own Way: The Group Depends on It
19.10.2017
Brain & Behavior
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A new model of collective behavior reveals how individuals contribute most efficiently
The Coin Toss Paradox
11.02.2015
Mathematics
Can a game with “quantum” rules beat the odds?
Sending a Mixed Message
22.09.2014
Molecular and Cell Biology
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Immunology
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Why do biological systems use the same signaling molecule for opposite purposes?
Writ Large – and Small
06.02.2014
Brain & Behavior
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How does the brain encode movements that occur on many scales?
The 16th Problem
08.09.2013
Mathematics
Institute mathematicians stretch a solution to an outstanding problem to the “limit”
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