Three-body problem needs real, and not artificial solution
The equation that has confounded mathematicians for over 300 years needs an elegant and beautiful solution, not something where the end is there …
The story of how Cambridge bounced back
A simple tale of how one of the world’s greatest centres of knowledge got to where it is today
Breaking the mould
Mathematics has always been considered as a young person’s game. And to win one of the top award in the field at 76 is a greater …
Relevance of Srinivasa Ramanujan: the man who knew infinity
December 22 is the birth anniversary of Ramanujan and observed as National Mathematics Day
Summing up the golden ratio
What's behind our puzzling fetish to find beauty in numbers?
A lesson from Ramanujan’s elbow
Ahead of the National Mathematics Day on December 22, here’s a recollection of the life and legacy of Srinivasa Ramanujan
A math teacher’s plea: Let’s keep pi irrational
What does it mean for students if they are learning technology can answer every challenge?
Scientists look to mathematics to make cancer treatment more effective
The model-based treatment protocols will be based on accurate calculations, thus avoiding the preventable and uncomfortable side-effects of …
IISER Mohali scientist plans to fuse theories to understand symmetries of geometric objects
This recipient of the Swarnajayanti Fellowship wants to understand symmetries of geometric, algebric objects
What happens when a raindrop hits a puddle?
Dispersion is the ability of waves of different wavelengths to each move at their own individual speeds
Mathematical model explains structure of protein