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Mathematical Epidemiology: Past Findings and Future Possibilities

By: Madhav Parthasarathy Have you ever wondered how and why diseases spread? Well, the answer to that is Mathematical Epidemiology! Mathematical Epidemiology is the mathematical modeling of diseases to determine the rate at which people become infected with diseases. The study of infectious disease data

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The ‘Quantum Zeno Effect’ Explained

Written by alexander zhang Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea once had an interesting thought (as philosophers do): if an arrow in flight is examined at an instant in time, the arrow appears to be motionless. However, if the arrow is motionless at every instant in

The Intersection of English and Science

WRITTEN BY CAIT CASTILLO Living and learning in a mathematics and science academy, we’re surrounded by a myriad of STEM. From the original theories introduced thousands of years ago to the new innovations that come to life each day, we’re constantly gathering new information. As