Math/Maths Podcast Episode 29

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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Rapture Math; 2011 numerology; 2011 Joint Mathematics Meetings and Exhibition of Mathematical Art; Batman Probability; 'The worst info graphic of 2011'; NASA's? best and worst science fiction movies; Pedantry on Euler and masts; mathematical matter; 100 Years of the Principia; Ten News Stories of 2010 - and the Statistics that Made Them; Celia Hoyles awarded the first Kavli Education Medal; Why a Cloned Cat Isn't Exactly Like the Original: New Statistical Law for Cell Differentiation; Math Monday is the best of 2010; The 12 Math Carnivals of 2010 and the 73rd Carnival of Mathematics; LMS Membership survey; 2nd Tomorrow's Mathematicians Today Conference; Robot solves Rubik's cube in 15 seconds & more.

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Rapture Math
2011 numerology: What does the New Year hold for you?
2011 Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM)
2011 Joint Mathematics Meetings Exhibition of Mathematical Art
Batman Probability
A contender for 'The worst info graphic of 2011' award
NASA's? best and worst science fiction movies
Then again maybe not NASA after all
Pedantry on Euler and masts
Make way for mathematical matter
100 Years of the Principia
Ten News Stories of 2010 - and the Statistics that Made Them
National Centre Director Celia Hoyles awarded the first Kavli Education Medal
Why a Cloned Cat Isn't Exactly Like the Original: New Statistical Law for Cell Differentiation
Math Monday is the best of 2010
The 12 Math Carnivals of 2010
73rd Carnival of Mathematics
LMS Membership survey
Gresham College lectures 2010-11. UPDATED January 2011
2nd Tomorrow's Mathematicians Today Conference
Young Researchers in Mathematics 2011
Robot solves Rubik's cube in 15 seconds

Get in touch to tell us where you're listening from and what's happening in your world, or with any questions, comments or puzzles, at samuel@acmescience.com

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

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