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A conversation about mathematics live from Kingswood School in Bath brought to you by Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: algorithmic game theory; Babbage's Analytical Engine; Leonardo da Vinci's formula for tree growth and why it works; 11.11am on 11.11.11; Maths gear; The Olympic Torch Tour; Guinness world-record 17x17x17 Rubik's cube; and more.
Auctions, traffic, selfishness, and data privacy: It all comes down to math
It Started Digital Wheels Turning
Leonardo's Formula Explains Why Trees Don’t Splinter
11.11am on 11.11.11 - a time to party or the opening of the gates of hell?
Shining moment for maths
The Olympic Torch Tour
Guinness acknowledges world-record 17x17x17
Hark, the mathematicians sing
Science channels explode onto YouTube
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