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» Finding mental disorders with math
Fri, 12 May 2017 06:30:03 EDT
What if a brain scan could detect the presence of a mental disorder even before symptoms have emerged? Or predict which depressed patients would respond to a particular medication and which would not? Or determine the likely rate of progression of Alzheimer's?
» Eccentric French maths genius's 'scribblings' go online
Wed, 10 May 2017 13:26:48 EDT
Nearly 18,000 pages of notes by eccentric French maths genius Alexandre Grothendieck were posted online Wednesday by his alma mater, Montpellier University in southern France.

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