Harvesting data and harvesting crops? There’s an app for that.
Math’s everywhere — at least that’s the message from Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg in his new book “How Not To Be Wrong.” Read a conversation with him on math’s impact on our lives, from science to religion.
WID and the New York Hall of Science team up to collect data on learning and games.
What if clothing could respond to its environment? That’s the idea behind a transdisciplinary class offered by WID and School of Human Ecology researchers.
Four different disciplines, four different uses of 3D printers. WID collaborators provide a glimpse into the revolutionary, unusual and downright cool ways 3D printing is influencing all types of research.
WID researchers develop algorithms for many applications and industries, but one side project boasts a more playful goal: Mapping brew preferences.
UW–Madison Mathematics Professor and Discovery Fellow Jordan Ellenberg provides perspective on programming in math, Google Hangout and why our brains are the ultimate tool for discovery.
What do math and movies have in common? WID researcher Ben Recht explains how incomplete data sets and the “Netflix problem” aren’t that different after all.