A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from
Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: The
attention received by the Tuesday Boy problem; A-level reforms;
Women's International Math Congress; rowing; data sorting; sperm
movement mystery; The Mandelbrot Monk; swarms of locusts; quantum
cryptography; atomic clocks on International Space Station; elections;
heart disease; moss spores; and MathFest Tweetup.
400TH Comment for a Tuesday Boy
A-level reforms 'could cause collapse in maths take-up'
International Congress of Mathematicians 2010, Hyderabad
Women's International Math Congress
Master stroke: A formula for record-breaking rowing?
Data Sorting Record
Maths solves sperm movement mystery
The Mandelbrot Monk original joke
Math Is No Match for Locust Swarms
Time to go atomic on space station
Simpler Mathematical Model Could Aid in Evaluation of Heart Disease
Moss blows smoke rings
Mathfest 2010 Schedule
Curriculum Impact: Higher Education Mathematics links to applications in science, technology, business and industry
Travels in a Mathematical World Podcast Finale/Trailer
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