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 Pierre de Fermat and Andrew Wiles in Czech Republic stamps
 Stefan Banach (March 30, 1892 – August 8, 1945)
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 What is mathematics for Ehrhard Behrends
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Plus Magazine Monthly Column – October 2017 – Black holes and ordering
Plus http://plus.maths.org is a free online magazine about mathematics aimed at a general audience. It is part of the Millennium Mathematics Project, based at the University of Cambridge and our aim is to open a door onto...
 Posted October 20, 2017

Models
If you speak of models to a mathematician who is not keen on `Haute couture’, they will think either of their favorite equations if they work on the applied side of mathematics or of beautiful pieces of...
 Posted October 19, 2017

Bringing a new light on old problems – Interview with Laure SaintRaymond
Laure SaintRaymond is a French mathematician working in partial differential equations, fluid mechanics, and statistical mechanics. She is a professor at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon. In 2008 she was awarded the EMS prize and in 2013,...
 Posted October 15, 2017

World Meeting for Women in Mathematics, July 31st, 2018 in Rio de Janeiro
The World Meeting for Women in Mathematics (WM^2) will take place on July 31st, 2018 in Rio just before ICM18 : https://www.worldwomeninmaths.org/ Those who wish to attend (WM)^2+ICM should look to the Open Arms program : http://www.icm2018.org/portal/en/openarmsgrants
 Posted October 7, 2017

Video Highlights from the Naked Mathematician
A round up of some of the best video content published by the Naked Mathematician Tom Crawford over the past few weeks… Have you ever wondered where maths comes from? What are the instructions that govern how...
 Posted September 23, 2017

The Mathematics of the Ancient Romans. Part I
A new contribution from the Italian journal XlaTangente. Initially thought as the Italian edition of the French magazine “Tangente. L’aventure mathématique“, in the last few years the paper edition evolved in a website, www.xlatangente.it, whose goal is to continue...
 Posted September 7, 2017

Cubic Equations and Mathematical Duels
The story of the discovery of the solution formula for cubic equations is stunning. What happened gives us an interesting view of renaissance mathematics and shows us what it meant to be a mathematician in the 15th and 16th centuries. In those days, mathematicians were used to publicly challenging each...
 Posted August 31, 2017

Pokémon + Maths = Pokémaths
New from the Naked Mathematician Tom Crawford it’s Pokémaths! A look at the maths behind everyone’s favourite fictional characters… The series kicks off with an interview with Biologist and Pokémaniac Matan Shelomi, who created a reallife Pokémon...
 Posted August 26, 2017

Trigonometry, Beats, and Instrument Tuning
Sometimes mathematical formulas that only seem to be interesting from a theoretical point of view can reveal unexpected connections with some applied problem. This is the case of the “sum to product” trigonometric formula This formula has...
 Posted August 25, 2017

Recent Highlights from the Naked Mathematician
Check out some of the best content published by the Naked Mathematician Tom Crawford over the past month… Do you spend your family game nights losing at Monopoly? Would you like to know how maths can help...
 Posted August 12, 2017
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