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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from

Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: left-handed

boys; the Mathematical Side of M. C. Escher; nested water, land and

nations; the number of books in the world; Seventh graders describing

scientists; pi to 5 trillion decimal places; Scientopia;

drug-resistant malaria; careers in bioinformatics; Kickstarting Punk

Mathematics; Sci Foo; improved invisibility cloaks; non-transitive

dice; MathJax; and more.

The left-handed boy problem

The Mathematical Side of M. C. Escher

Water and land, nested

Nested nations

Some interesting Islands and Lakes

Google counts total number of books in the world

Seventh graders describe scientists before and after a visit to Fermilab

Japanese and US whizzes claim news record for pi calculation -- five trillion decimal places

Why Scientopia?

New Methods, New Math Speed Detection of Drug-Resistant Malaria

Want a career in science? Good at maths? Bioinformatics needs you!

Kickstarter Punk Mathematics

Sci Foo

Sci Foo: Rewriting gravity over a tuna roll

A Scientist Takes On Gravity

Building Complex Machines Using LEGO¬Æ

Antikythera Mechanism Research Project

The Babbage Engine

Barcamp Nottingham

Light-amplifying resin boosts invisibility cloaks

Non-transitive Dice

Leelavathi Award for Simon Lehna Singh

MathJax 1.0 is Now Available

The conservation of luck

The 68th Carnival of Maths

MathFest

MathsJam

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Find Samuel Hansen at samuelhansen.com and acmescience.com and on Twitter as @Samuel_Hansen and @acmescience.

Find Peter Rowlett at peterrowlett.net or on Twitter as @peterrowlett.

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