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  • Maths in a minute: Penguins

    Published: 20/01/2017
    Why do penguins rotate their eggs? Today, January 20th, is penguin awareness day. We can't let this important day pass without looking at some relevant maths. Penguins are well-known, and respected, f ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • Maths in a minute: The graph isomorphism problem

    Published: 18/01/2017
    Networks are everywhere. We encounter them every day, in the form of the internet, or the social, transport and utility networks we depend upon. Mathematically, a network is an example of a graph : a ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • The festival of the spoken nerd

    Published: 17/01/2017
    In our ongoing research into the hypothesis that maths and science are the new rock'n'roll we ventured to the seedy streets of Soho, to see Festival of the spoken nerd at Soho Theatre. Otherwise known ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • 'A farewell to ice'

    Published: 9/01/2017
    A farewell to ice: A report from the Arctic by Peter Wadhams Peter Wadhams has been to the Arctic over 40 times, nearly every year since 1970. He is Professor of Ocean Physics at the Centre for Mathem ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • 'Can you solve my problems?'

    Published: 9/01/2017
    Can you solve my problems?: A casebook of ingenious, perplexing and totally satisfying puzzles by Alex Bellos In Can you solve my problems? Alex Bellos offers yet another light-hearted exploration int ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • 'Calculating the cosmos'

    Published: 9/01/2017
    Calculating the cosmos by Ian Stewart There is a quote attributed to Albert Einstein: "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler". This is the approach that Ian Stewart takes in ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
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