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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: White Blood Cells Solve Traveling-Salesman Problem; Grigori Perelman Interview ("Grigori Perelman claims he can control Universe"); UK Voting - AV referendum; Push to define year sparks time war; What do you want on your tombstone?; Early math skills predict later academic success; STEM Education DATA; Strange Places to Prove Theorems; Ravi Kannan Wins Knuth Prize; Mathematical Guggenheim Fellows; Why we’re all far too sure of ourselves; In a Data-Heavy Society, Being Defined by the Numbers; and more.
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White Blood Cells Solve Traveling-Salesman Problem
Grigori Perelman Interview ("Grigori Perelman claims he can control Universe")
Jesus problem led Russian genius to Poincare
A formula for fair voting
Which voting system is best?
More or Less Limmerick AV Explanation
A voting system fit to bar Le Pen from power
Push to define year sparks time war
What do you want on your tombstone?
Early math skills predict later academic success
STEM Education DATA
Strange Places to Prove Theorems
Ravi Kannan Wins Knuth Prize
Mathematical Guggenheim Fellows
San Antonio Students Enroll in MangaHigh
Changing Education Paradigms
Why we’re all far too sure of ourselves
In a Data-Heavy Society, Being Defined by the Numbers
Carnival of Mathematics
Thomas Woolley on Maths in the City
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