March 22, 2016

A bewildering physics problem has apparently been solved by researchers, in a study which provides a mathematical basis... Read more

Introduction

It has been said that “math is the language of science,” a common basis for understanding the world around us, no matter where in the world we are. From the most rudimentary measurements to the most sophisticated computational modeling, mathematics and statistical analysis are fundamental not only to pure scientific investigation, but to business, financial markets, health care, and more. In addition to providing core textbooks in algebra, calculus, analysis, probability, and statistics (including software such as R and BUGS), we publish valuable applied math reference content for professionals and researchers in all areas of physical and life science, finance, economics, engineering, and computing.

May 31, 2016

The film The Man Who Knew Infinity tells the gripping story of Srinivasa Ramanujan, an exceptionally talented, self-taught... Read more

May 1, 2016

It is an exciting time to do applied mathematics. From the mathematical physics and engineering underpinning the... Read more

March 22, 2016

A bewildering physics problem has apparently been solved by researchers, in a study which provides a mathematical basis... Read more

Mathematics & Statistics; Social Sciences

How Much Math Do You Need to Win Your March Madness Pool?March 16, 2016

Deciding which teams to pick in your NCAA basketball pool? Then you’re faced with a classic decision problem... Read more

March 14, 2016

Pi Day is upon us again, for those who note today’s date in the format 3/14 (March 14).... Read more

December 11, 2015

This week, 14-year-old Lucas Etter set a new world record for solving the classic Rubik’s cube in Clarksville,... Read more

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September 28, 2015

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