A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from
Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Benoit
Madelbrot; STEM; Mathematics is vital!; Great Mathematicians on Math
Competitions & School Mathematics; Curious mathematical law is rife in
nature; Augusta School Board Approves Single Sex Math Classes; Study:
It's Hard to Bring Down the Electric Grid; Mathematika Goes Online;
Ray and Charles Eames Powers of Ten Video Response Design Competition;
Calling all maths artists; And the Nobel Prize in Mathematics goes
to...; Maths in a Box; Solving a Rubik's Cube blindfolded; Math/Maths
Podcast Live Recording at Greenwich.
Video for Math/Maths Live!
Poster for Math/Maths Live
Facebook Event for Math/Maths Live
Benoit Madelbrot NYTimes
Independent: Mandelbrot, father of fractals, dies at 85
Maths often at root of creative endeavours, says professor
STEM Education Has Little to Do With Flowers
Mathematics is vital!
Maths is the language of the universe
Browne review urges no limits
Schools budget 'to escape cuts'
Lesswrong multifoliaterose Great Mathematicians on Math Competitions
Fields Medalists on School Mathematics
Curious mathematical law is rife in nature
Augusta School Board Approves Single Sex Math Classes
Study: It's Hard to Bring Down the Electric Grid
Mathematika Goes Online
Ray and Charles Eames Powers of Ten
Powers of Ten: A Video Response Design Competition
Calling all maths artists
And the Nobel Prize in Mathematics goes to...
Maths in a Box
Solving a Rubik's Cube blindfolded
Math/Maths Podcast Live Recording details
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