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Asking the Right Questions
"One of the most important abilities anyone can bring to mathematics is a willingness to question authority. By looking at things differently, you develop insight. Mathematicians who make big strides do not accept received wisdom and the usual modes of thought. Instead they ask themselves: What if you looked at it this way?"
Professor of Mathematics Rutgers University
Jean Taylor's daughter is also a mathematician
"I want to create geometrically optimal designs and flows which are explicitly computable. Geometric configurations can be used to represent physical and biological phenomena." Jean Taylor
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