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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke with special guest Rachel Thomas about Maths in the City and with each other about: Pioneer Anomaly Solved; 3D Knight's Tour; Antikythera Mechanism; Google grants for math; FBI cryptography - Help Solve an Open Murder Case; Requiring Algebra II in high school gains momentum nationwide; Mangahigh Launches 100% Free Games-Based Math Resource for US Schools; Gauss Facts; and more. Episode 42 and not a Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy reference in sight, oops!
Pioneer Anomaly Solved By 1970s Computer Graphics Technique
A Knight's Tour de Force
Ancient Greek calculating device continues to reveal secrets
Museum of Mathematics Receives $2 Million Grant from Google
Google gives Mountain View schools $1 million grant for math programs
FBI - Help Solve an Open Murder Case
Requiring Algebra II in high school gains momentum nationwide
Mangahigh Launches 100% Free Games-Based Math Resource for US Schools
Maths in the City
Binary hand Dance
Pi Politics, Again
Mathematical artist: Why hyperbolic space is awesome
Ask a Mathematician
Young Researchers in Mathematics 2011
British Mathematical Colloquium 2011
British Applied Mathematics Colloquium 2011
James Grime Benford's Law
Hidden Science Map
The OR Society
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