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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Math paper retracted because it 'contains no scientific content'; Top Majors of 2022; New Journals of Negative Results; New UK law obliges publishing of public data in open formats; Frozen primes; Follow the timeline of Alan Turing's life; TU Munich Cancels Elsevier; Help get Octave developed for Android! (like MATLAB, but free); Open Textbook Catalog; Tony's Maths Blog; Tika Taka Analysis; Fractal Pancakes; and more. The recording is clear but, though Samuel could hear Peter, although with a time lag, during the episode Peter increasingly couldn't hear Samuel. Makes for fun times!
Scholar's paper doesn't add up
Math paper retracted because it “contains no scientific content”
Top Majors of 2022
New Journals Bet 'Negative Results' Save Time, Money
New law obliges publishing of public data in open formats
Follow the timeline of Alan Turing’s life
TU Munich Cancels Elsevier
Help get Octave developed for Android! (like MATLAB, but free)
Sombreros for the (Android) World
Open Textbook Catalog
Tony's Maths Blog
Tika Taka Analysis
Carnival of Mathematics 86
2012-05-16 East Midlands Branch The Mathematics Magic Show by Peter McOwan
2012-05-17 West Midlands Branch Patterned Segregation: Order out of Complexity by Professor Tom Mullin
Charlotte Hillebrand's blog post
Podcast-talk about MOOCtalk
Strange Quarks: Series 3 Episode 3 (Mark Henderson)
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