Last week, life took me through Princeton, and I seized the opportunity to drop in to see resident English mathematician John Horton Conway.
When I was eight years old I couldn't speak English. I'd been born in another country and came to the U.S. because my father's postdoctoral medical research brought us here.
Now is your chance to prove some theorems without knowing what they mean! Chris Staecker, a mathematician at Fairfield University, created the game Nice Neighbors to get crowd-sourced solutions to problems from a field called digital topology.
Of course not — but stereotypes can have a real effect on performance.
When a medical animation and app agency wants to send out a holiday card, what’s better than an 8-bit adventure you can play? In addition to creating science-art and blogging here on Symbiartic, I work at INVIVO Communications.
Citizen-science volunteers helped to trace a map of the neural connections involved in detecting the direction of moving objects
Gamers search the physical world for hidden objects after receiving voice mails from people living in 2039 and 2065