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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Letting There Be More Mosquitoes May Lead to Fewer Malaria Deaths; Australian mathematicians say some endangered species “not worth saving”; Are Ants Smarter Than Fifth-Graders at Math?; the Duckworth-Lewis Method; 2 reviews of Alex's Adventures in Numberland; Ethnomathematics; How do routefinders find their routes?; New Symmetries; Open University to get US funding; The On-Line Blog of Integer Sequences; The Big Risk Test; MathsJam 2011; whether Samuel passed his thesis defence; and more.

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Letting There Be More Mosquitoes May Lead to Fewer Malaria Deaths, Say Researchers

Australian mathematicians say some endangered species “not worth saving”

Are Ants Smarter Than Fifth-Graders at Math?

Using Math to Make Complex Systems Simple

Mathematics of Life by Ian Stewart - review

Being Duckworth-Lewis: cricket's weather-break mathematicians

Alex's Adventures in Numberland, by Alex Bellos – review

Alex's Adventures in Numberland by Alex Bellos

Ethnomathematics shows students their connections to Math

How do routefinders find their routes?

New Symmetries

Open University to get US funding

The On-Line Blog of Integer Sequences

The Big Risk Test

SIAM Fellows

Olympiad Qualification

NRICH NQT Teacher Inspiration Day - 24 June 2011

Maths Inspiration Autumn 2011- dates announced, booking opens 1 July

MathsJam

Carnival of Math #76

Maths Busking

Maths Busking Facebook

Simple Maths

Innovation in mathematics HE teaching & learning

Technology in mathematics HE teaching & learning

Funding Call / HE Mathematics Curriculum Summit outcomes

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