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 Diderot Mathematical Forum 2013: “Mathematics of Planet Earth”
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 Stefan Banach (March 30, 1892 – August 8, 1945)
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The unbearable mathematical lightness of David Bowie
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The unbearable mathematical lightness of David Bowie
If you thought you saw all the possible combinations of something with mathematics, you were wrong. Elisabetta Strickland proposes in fact in this article...
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Funbers! Fun facts about numbers that you didn’t realise you’ve secretly always wanted to know…
New from the Naked Mathematician, Tom Crawford, is the Funbers series in partnership with the BBC. Each 3minute episode looks at a number more...
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2017 top posts from the Naked Mathematician
In true end of the year style, here’s a countdown of the top 3 posts from the Naked Mathematician on tomrocksmaths.com in 2017… In third...
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October Highlights from the Naked Mathematician
A round up of some of the highlights from the Naked Mathematician Tom Crawford from the month of October… October has been a busy month...
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Video Highlights from the Naked Mathematician
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Pokémon + Maths = Pokémaths
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Plus Magazine Monthly Column – August 2018 – EMS – International Congress of Mathematicians in Rio de Janeiro
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The Newsletter n. 30 of European Women in Mathematics is online
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Ali Nesin, the Mathematics Village, and the 2018 Leelavati Prize
The International Mathematical Union has awarded its 2018 Leelavati Prize...
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The unbearable mathematical lightness of David Bowie
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Plus Magazine Monthly Column – MayJune 2018 – Hawking, Billiards and Randomness
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Both kinds of MathsJam
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Young African Scientists in Europe on July 6th in Toulouse (France)
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 Plus Magazine Monthly Column – August 2018 – EMS – International Congress of Mathematicians in Rio de Janeiro 13/09/2018
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