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Quanta Magazine | Science and Math News

Illuminating mathematics, physics, biology and computer science research through public service journalism.

  • Based in United States of America
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Most recent posts

How Failure Has Made Mathematics Stronger
Reading a math paper is a bit like having dinner at a nice restaurant. The entrée might taste delicious, but it doesn’t tell the full story of how it was made. Clever recipes that end …
On , by Jordana Cepelewicz, 76 words
Electric ‘Ripples’ in the Resting Brain Tag Memories for Storage
György Buzsáki first started tinkering with waves when he was in high school. In his childhood home in Hungary, he built a radio receiver, tuned it to various electromagnetic frequencies and used a radio transmitter …
On , by Yasemin Saplakoglu, 76 words
Electric ‘Ripples’ in the Resting Brain Tag Memories for Storage
György Buzsáki first started tinkering with waves when he was in high school. In his childhood home in Hungary, he built a radio receiver, tuned it to various electromagnetic frequencies and used a radio transmitter …
On , by Yasemin Saplakoglu, 76 words