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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Pi day; US judge rules that you can't copyright pi; Drug Data Reveals Sneaky Side Effect; Researchers Send "Wireless" Message Using Elusive Particles; Computing Power Speeds Safer CT Scans; Mathematics Matters UK Parliament meeting; Mario is NP-hard; ERC rejects 'impact agenda'; Article Titles Make a Difference; Half of children find science and maths too difficult or too boring; Careers advice cuts could be putting kids off science; and more.
Pi is Wrong
How to calculate pi
Pi! Pi! We love Pi!
Constants clash on pi day
US judge rules that you can't copyright pi
Drug Data Reveals Sneaky Side Effect
Researchers Send "Wireless" Message Using Elusive Particles
The 'radio' that can send messages THROUGH the Earth (and which could help us get in touch with ET on distant worlds)
Computing Power Speeds Safer CT Scans
Mathematics Matters - a crucial contribution to the country's economy
Mario is hard, and that's mathematically official
ERC rejects 'impact agenda'
The unplanned impact of mathematics
Article Titles Make a Difference
Telegraph: Half of children find science and maths too difficult or too boring
Mirror: Careers advice cuts could be putting kids off science
Maths Photo Competition 2012
London MathsJam February Recap
Newcastle MathsJam February 2012 Recap
Manchester MathsJam February 2012 Recap
The Hidden Maths of Sport by Rob Eastaway
Group Work working group meeting
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