In ongoing research with children and adults, an Oxford University researcher finds that stimulating the brain with low-dose electrical currents could help improve learning.
Crave's Michael Franco puzzles out a "Game of Thrones" question that's been nagging him for as long as winter's been coming. How many Targaryen dragons would one Stark dire wolf need to eat to survive?
Get weekly tips on how to incorporate math into your daily life using catchy tunes, puppets, and surprising celebrity cameos thanks to actress Danica McKellar's new show on the Nerdist Channel.
Amazon continues to make a push into education tech, an area Apple's been trying to conquer as well.
A new billboard for the Surface 2 features an Excel calculation that seems not to stand up when, for example, using one's fingers.
A detailed look at the Frax app's 90 percent performance boost on the iPhone 5S shows why Apple's A7 chip isn't a marketing gimmick -- even if the advantages aren't strictly because of a 64-bit design.
The search engine celebrated Tax Day by paying tribute to one of the original numbers guys on his 306th birthday.
Scientists use brain scans to discover that those who experience anxiety about math problems have brain responses similar to those who are being physically hurt.
The message at New York's new Museum of Mathematics is simple: math is everywhere. Even the bathroom, where pentagonal sinks go down to a triangular base, is called a mathroom.
If you've ever wanted to live in a mathematical head-scratcher, the Moebius House is the home for you.