The mathematical tools needed to understand and predict the COVID-19 epidemic run the gamut from differential equations and large simulations, with methods coming from statistics and applied mathematics.
Biological invaders are one of the key drivers of ecosystem change. Therefore, it’s imperative to understand the effect of invaders if we wish to preserve local ecosystems.
The abundance of data created in science, engineering, business, and everyday human activity is simply staggering. This data is often complex and high-dimensional, taking the form of video or time-dependent sensor data
The basic driving forces of evolution, mutation and selection, are often difficult to observe and study in the laboratory .
. Unexplored realms of chemical synthesis are now attainable using electrons at the primary reactant.