Math-aversion has reached epidemic levels in America - recent studies rank the U.S. at the bottom of the developed world when it comes to proficiency in mathematics.


So how can teachers hope to foster enthusiasm for numbers in such an environment? That's the question driving the Museum of Mathematics (also known as MoMath), a new repository of mathematical delights slated to open in Manhattan next year.


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A mosquito-blasting laser gun is a sensible weapon for fighting malaria - but a smartphone? Turns out that high-def touchscreen might be good for more than video chatting and slinging angry birds.


Five graduate students have designed a smartphone app for the 2011 Imagine Cup that will allow doctors to quickly and accurately diagnose malaria.


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