Math/Maths Podcast Episode 21

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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: UK graduate destinations; Jihadist Economics; Electric current to the brain 'boosts maths ability'; US House Network Analysis; New Statistical Model Moves Human Evolution Back Three Million Years; Geometric Death Frequency; Flexible metamaterial springs to life; Matt Parker Millennium Problems Guide; £10,000 bill for £21.60 theft case that turned out to be maths error; important living mathematicians; Women’s choices, not abilities, keep them out of math-intensive fields; MathML 3; preparations for Math/Maths Week; & more.

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Final Math/Maths Live video promo: A Revolutionary solution for your Mathematics Problems
What do graduates do?
HECSU figures on graduate opportunities 'could be misleading'
Graduates going from degree to dole hits 8.9pc
Graduate unemployment 'at a 17-year high'
One in 10 graduates are still out of work after six months - and it's not going to get any easier
Graduate Jobs Market Worst For 20 Years
Jihadist Economics
Electric current to the brain 'boosts maths ability'
Electricity makes math less painful
US House Network Analysis
New Statistical Model Moves Human Evolution Back Three Million Years
Geometric Death Frequency
Flexible metamaterial springs to life
Prof. Matt Parks Millenium Problems Guide
The Riemann
£10,000 bill for £21.60 theft case that turned out to be maths error
These are your important living mathematicians
Women’s choices, not abilities, keep them out of math-intensive fields
W3C Integrates Math on the Web with MathML 3
New Scientist Photo competition: Geometry
Carnival of Mathematics 71
Greenwich Maths Challenge 5
IMA East Midlands Branch talk: The Convoy Movement Problem by Dr Andy Verity-Harrison
Birmingham SitP with Matt Parker
MathsJam
Math/Maths Week information
Strange Quarks Episode 1

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