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Mathematical Reviews is hiring! We are looking for a new Associate Editor to start in late spring or summer 2018. The new editor should have expertise in algebra and an interest in a range of algebraic topics, such as representation theory, … Continue reading
Mathematicians are good at counting. We can count the number of ways to roll a 7 with two dice. (Answer = 6.) We can count the number of ways to shuffle a deck of cards so that every card is … Continue reading
As of November 12, Mathematical Reviews has over 20,000 active reviewers! The input of researchers from around the world helps to make MathSciNet such a valuable tool. We are truly grateful for your efforts. Thank you! You can see other … Continue reading
MathSciNet is full of metadata. We create our own metadata. We receive metadata from many of the publishers of the journals we cover. So what are metadata? (Or what is metadata?) The simplest explanation of metadata is that they are a type of … Continue reading
Authors may update their own author profiles with the native script version of their name, a personal photo, personal email, and URL. For a limited time, authors who update their profiles will receive a free AMS eBook. Complete details will … Continue reading
As of January 18, 2016, reviewers will receive 12 AMS Points for each review they submit that is published in MathSciNet. That’s a 50% raise! Mathematical Reviews very much appreciates the efforts of our reviewers. We feel quite strongly that good … Continue reading
Mathematical Reviews is hiring! We are looking for a new Associate Editor to start in spring or summer 2016. The new editor should have expertise in algebraic geometry, or related areas of mathematics, such as commutative rings and algebras or group theory.
Mathematical Reviews has a program for extending the reach of the database to include material from the various retrodigitization projects by libraries, institutions, and publishers. Many of these fall under the umbrella of the World Digital Mathematics Library (WDML), which … Continue reading