Math/Maths 91: Gathering for Gardner 10

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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. First Samuel and Peter were joined by special guest Edmund Harriss to talk about his time at Gathering for Gardner 10 and Five math things to do before you die, then they spoke with eachother about: Snowflake Growth Successfully Modeled from Physical Laws; A Joint Position Statement of the Mathematical Association of America and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on Teaching Calculus; All the Math Taught at University Can Be Outsourced. What Now?; Mathematical Fonts; Intersections, Henry Moore and British modernism exhibition; Emmy Noether: The Mighty Mathematician You've Never Heard Of; Rechner Calculator; Math Awareness Month: Mathematics, Statistics, and the Data Deluge; and much more.

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Gathering for Gardner 10
Edmund Harriss: The 2×1 rectangle and Domes
Flickr g4g10 pictures
Colm Mulcahy’s talk on Martin Gardner
Five (math) things to do before you die
Snowflake Growth Successfully Modeled from Physical Laws
A Joint Position Statement of the Mathematical Association of America and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on Teaching Calculus
All the Math Taught at University Can Be Outsourced. What Now?
Fonts of Wisdom
Numeracy campaign: art and maths on show
The Mighty Mathematician You've Never Heard Of
Rechner Calculator
John Conway profile: Math and games
Math Awareness Month: Mathematics, Statistics, and the Data Deluge
Puzzlebomb – April 2012
Words to Fill Space
BSHM Undergraduate Essay Prize
Dara O Briain: School Of Hard Sums
IMA W. Mids 17 April: ‘Routing Military Convoys’ by Andy Verity-Harrison
BIG Skills Day: Maths Communication: Putting the M into STEM
The language of Einstein's lecture
April Fools: All mathematical blogging to cease
A maths afternoon in Nottingham: game shows and sport
Smartphone Apps for Mathematics (ATM members only)
Geodesics on the Blogosphere

Edmund Harriss blogs at Maxwell's Demon and tweets at @Gelada.

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