See the Case announcement for more information.

Two copies have been ordered for the Kelvin Smith Library for use by the Case community.

]]>Andrei Yakovlev wrote an editorial that kicked off the new commitment to Mathematical Biology.

Modern mathematics offers a much richer arsenal of tools and ideas than those that are frequently employed to describe the enormous diversity of biological phenomena.]]>

It lists the price history and numbers of pages for many of the journals used in mathematics and physics. It also highlights various news in the math and science publishing industry.

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It describes the symmetries of a 57-dimensional object that can in essence be rotated in 248 ways without changing its appearance.[VIA: 025.431: The Dewey blog: Fearful symmetry]

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The website contains links to:

- Science education journals provided by category, such as mathematics or engineering
- Related websites
- Case ideas
- Directory of instructors
- Assessment materials
- Case study collection
- Instructional materials
- Conference highlights

In addition, one of the co-directors is the Associate Librarian of the Science and Engineering Library of the University of Buffalo.

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]]>We have heard other reports like this over the last few years, and may see more actions like this in the future as journal prices climb quicker than the money available for their purchase.

Case has access to Topology through the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center.

]]>The perfect study site for high school, college students and adult learners. Get help to do your homework, refresh your memory, prepare for a test...[VIA: The Scout Report -- Volume 12, Number 26]]]>Browse our more than 2,500 Math pages filled with short and easy-to-understand explanations. Click on one of the following subject areas: Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, Complex Variables, Matrix Algebra, or Mathematical Tables.

The Encyclopedia now includes many contributions that focus on the rapid growth of bioinformatics and its pivotal role in studying the human genome.

- Expanded and enhanced coverage of key topics including bioinformatics, clinical trials, computation, genetics, and Bayesian methods and applications
- Containing over 1300 articles, 182 entirely new to this edition, with more than 300 revised and updated to reflect current research and developments
- All encompassed in 8 extensively cross-referenced volumes

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]]>**Andrei Okounkov**(Princeton) - "For his contributions bridging probability, representation theory and algebraic geometry."**Grigori Perelman**(recent Poincare conjecture fame) - "For his contributions to geometry and his revolutionary insights into the analytical and geometric structure of the Ricci flow."**Terence Tao**(UCLA) - "For his contributions to partial differential equations, combinatorics, harmonic analysis and additive number theory."**Wendelin Werner**(University of Paris - Sudin Orsay) - "For his contributions to the development of stochastic Loewne revolution, the geometry of two-dimensional Brownian motion, and conformal field theory."

The Fields Medals are the most important international prize in the world of mathematics. They are awarded by the International Mathematical Union (IMU) every four years at the ICM (International Congress of Mathematics).

]]>Mathcasts are screencasts (screen movies of writing with voice) that focus on mathematics. The collection is maintained in a wiki powered by MediaWiki.

[VIA: The Scout Report, Volume 12, Number 37]