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Math educator innovates in and out of class

Math educator innovates in and out of class

Published Sep 13, 2019

When high school math teacher Amber Simpson saw a need for education reform, she ended up in the perfect position to make a difference. Read more

This math problem is stumping the whole internet. Can you solve it?

This math problem is stumping the whole internet. Can you solve it?

Published May 11, 2016

The problem is harder than it looks. It’s easy to see how people get a wrong answer, Binghamton mathematician Matthew Zaremsky told Mic.com. Read more

Greek conference honors mathematician

Greek conference honors mathematician

Published Oct 23, 2012

Binghamton scholar Thomas Farrell's work has revolutionized the field of topology, an area of mathematics that explores the deformation of theoretical geometric objects. Read more

Mathematician seeks practical solutions

Mathematician seeks practical solutions

Published Feb 2, 2012

Mathematician Shelley Zacks is motivated by the search for answers to real-world problems. Read more

Numbers theorist to write two books

Numbers theorist to write two books

Published Mar 24, 2010

Binghamton numbers theorist Adrian Vasiu, who studies Shimura varieties, recently received research funding through the federal stimulus. Read more