Mathematics

Mathematics (nature.com):
The decimal point was invented around 150 years earlier than previously thought, according to an analysis of astronomical tables compiled by the Italian merchant and mathematician Giovanni Bianchini in the 1440s.

Mathematics (arstechnica.com):
Feynman’s “reverse sprinkler” problem | Centrifugal Flows Drive Reverse Rotation of Feynman’s Sprinkler

Mathematics (newscientist.com):
Information content of note transitions in the music of J. S. Bach | Converting hundreds of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach into mathematical networks reveals that they store lots of information and convey it very effectively

Mathematics (doi.org):
Variable selection for nonlinear dimensionality reduction of biological datasets through bootstrapping of correlation networks

Mathematics (theconversation.com):
How zebras get their stripes may be explained by a model using diffusiophoresis, validating the mechanism proposed by Alan Turing and known as Turing patterns, where previous models had blurred edges

Mathematics (royalsocietypublishing.org):
Waiting in crowded places: influence of number of pedestrians, waiting time and obstacles (Sept 2023)

Mathematics (psycnet.apa.org):
Arithmetic has a biological origin - it's an expression in symbols of the 'deep structure' of our perception

Mathematics (scimex.org):
Learning music and bringing music into maths lessons can help students improve their maths scores, according to an international study.

Mathematics (annals.math.princeton.edu):
Existence of infinitely many minimal hypersurfaces in closed manifolds

Mathematics (washingtonpost.com):
Traditional earthenware vessels ‘exhale’ carbon dioxide produced by fermentation — resulting in kimchi with higher numbers of probiotic lactic acid bacteria