The Journal of
The Math3ma Institute

The Journal of The Math3ma Institute is a new home for expository articles on research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) written for the ambitious lay person with interests in these fields of study. Unlike traditional academic outlets, a primary aim of this journal is to draw wide audiences to STEM by demystifying exciting, yet complex, topics and sharing them with clarity. 

Prospective authors include faculty members of The Master’s University as well as scholars and research scientists from other institutions who are passionate about their work and wish to make the excitement of their field accessible to a broad audience.

Spring 2023 Issue Available Now!

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Did Pterodactyls Have Feathers, and Does it Matter?
by Matthew A. McLain
From Rotations and Groups to Tensor Networks
by E. Miles Stoudenmire
Immune System Design and the Primeval Garden
by Joseph W. Francis

Spring 2022

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The Queen of the Sciences: Reclaiming the Rightful Place of Theology and Creation
by Abner Chou
A New Perspective of Entropy
by Tai-Danae Bradley
Imitation Learning: The Machine Learning Version of Discipleship
by Monica B. Vroman
Christ in Creation
by John F. MacArthur

ISSN 2771-4373 (online), ISSN 2771-4365 (print)

DOI: 10.55409/math3ma

Author Guidelines

Interested in contributing an article? Since the Math3ma journal is not a traditional journal and is still in early stages, know that our current submission process differs from most academic journals.  In particular, our editors are committed to putting in considerable time and effort to work with authors to achieve high quality exposition that is accessible to our unique target audience.

For more information about the submission process and the timeline for the 2024 publication, please read our Author Guidelines.

Print Edition

Print editions are now available for purchase through The Master’s University’s online bookstore.