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The Prime Number Theorem

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A short film about the Prime Number Theorem mathematical proof!

Escobar wins CAREER grant for interdisciplinary combinatorics

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Laura Escobar Vega, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, won a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation for her project “Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry: Flag Varieties, Toric Geometry, and Applications.”

Remembering Guido Weiss

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Feed your curiosity with Taste of Science

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A new chapter of Taste of Science was recently established in Saint Louis. The group aims to engage local audiences with STEM-themed events focused on science in their communities and is seeking new members interested in science and science communication.

Opening for a tenure-track assistant professor position in mathematics

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Steven Krantz awarded NSF grant

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Matt Kerr awarded NSF grant

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Building mathematical bridges

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Laura Escobar Vega shows students and young professionals new ways to connect with math and see themselves in the field.

Francesco Di Plinio awarded new NSF grant

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Remembering Dr. William Boothby

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Professors Gary Jensen and Steven Krantz reflect on Dr. Boothby's life and contributions to the mathematical sciences.

John McCarthy Awarded NSF Grant

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Dr. McCarthy has been awarded an NSF grant for his research on "Operator Analysis and Applications."

As St. Louis Sports Teams Work To Reopen Arenas, This Tool May Help Them Weigh The Risks

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Department Chair John McCarthy spoke with St. Louis Public Radio about navigating Covid-19 risks while reopening baseball stadiums around the country.