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A recent study published by NewHope360 shows that 72% of Americans are trying to consume more fiber. Easton, MD (PRWEB) February 01, 2013 A recent study
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By showing that tiny particles injected into a liquid crystal medium adhere to existing mathematical theorems, physicists at the University of Colorado Boulder have opened the door for the creation of a host of new materials with properties that do not exist in nature.
Mathematics explains the observed 'beautiful and complex patterns revealed' in three-dimensional liquid crystal experiments, expected to lead to creation of new materials that can be actively controlled.
Mathematicians at the Institute for Advanced Study in New Jersey "bridged" topology and fractals and made a discovery that could lead to a new way of describing extremely complicated shapes such as the configuration of the tiniest defects in a metal or even the froth of a breaking wave.
A research team headed by Professor David Leigh of the University of Edinburgh (UK) and Academy Professor Kari Rissanen of the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) have made the most complex molecular knot to date.
Topology was a peer-reviewed math journal covering topology and geometry. It ran from 1962 to 2009 and was published by Elsevier. A pricing policy dispute between editorial staff and Elsevier ended on August 10, 2006, with the entire staff handing in their resignation, with effect from December 31, 2006. Two more issues were published in 2007 as papers had already been accepted before the editors resigned. The former editors of the journal instructed Elsevier in January 2007 to remove...
Space -- The definition of space in physics is contentious. Various concepts used to try to define space have included: -- the structure defined by the set of "spatial relationships" between objects -- a manifold defined by a coordinate system where an object can be located. -- the entity that stops all objects in the universe from touching one another In classical physics, space is a three-dimensional Euclidean space where any position can be described using three...
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