### Successful Mathematical Evaluation of X-ray Beam Size

X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation, with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, which allows them to penetrate solid objects and produce…

X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation, with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, which allows them to penetrate solid objects and produce…

In cooperation with Purdue University, mathematicians from EPFL have answered a 30-year-old query about spheres and four-dimensional spaces. The “Euler class,” one of the most…

The idea that the cosmos is structured by a mathematical fact is a prevalent one in science. It is considered that the role of the…

The Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture is a hypothesis in number theory related to the distribution of prime numbers. Specifically, it concerns the behavior of the Riemann…

The Navier-Stokes equations have long been used to mimic and describe the motion of fluids in nature, such as the flow of water in our…

Understanding complex systems like the brain is a major challenge for scientists and researchers. The brain is one of the most complex and sophisticated organs…

An electrical circuit is a closed loop of electrical components that are connected together to form a pathway for the flow of electric current. The…

When there are a lot of particles present, they tend to behave differently. Due to the growing complexity and enormous amount of data, it quickly…

The state of freely available resources, such as fish stocks, water, or air, can drastically deteriorate in the absence of rules for their usage. In…

A researcher is publishing a new formula that helps find that equation quickly, based on the theory that for every action, even those that appear…

A powerful magnetic field surrounds Earth, created by swirling liquid iron in the planet’s core. The Earth’s magnetic field may be nearly as old as…

The output of wind power generators can be abruptly changed, which can seriously harm power systems. A stochastic modeling technique was created by researchers at…

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