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We will discuss all possible closures of a Euclidean line in various geometric spaces. Imagine the Euclidean traveller, who travels only along a Euclidean line. She will be traveling to many different geometric worlds, and our question will be: what places does she get to see in each world?
The complex dynamics and interactions between protein molecules and filaments on different time and spatial scales generate many opportunities for mathematical modeling and analysis that can provide insights into protein sorting and overall cellular organization.
The scenario of two-party coin-flipping illustrates how the answer to a problem can change simply depending on the nature of the model. Quantum coin-flipping is a research question with a long historical arc, and as such it provides a good window into the exotic logic of quantum information.
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Exciting Coding Problems for DNA-based Storage Systems
Artist Residency Sparks Fruitful Collaboration
Exploring Mathematical Scholarship through the Mathematics Collaboration Graph
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