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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Turing Centenary; Shouryya Ray, 16-Year-Old 'Genius,' Didn't Actually Solve Newton's 350-Year-Old Mathematical Problem; LMS Good Practice Scheme on Women in Mathematics; On "Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma Contains Strategies that Dominate Any Evolutionary Opponent"; Colin Beveridge's Super Subtraction Feat; DragonBox: iPhone Algebra Game; ShareLaTex; Isaac Newton set to become the next Hollywood action hero; Computing Mathematics: Tony Mann appointed to 415-year-old London College; Museum of Mathematics Opening Ceremony: 12-12-12; Maths Busking Engage U Results; Math52 reaches Kickstarter goal; Awards showcase excellence in data journalism around the globe; and more.

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Aperiodical Turing Round Up

Turing Centenary Conference

Alan Turing plaque unveiled at Manchester University

Blue plaque in Cambridge

Alan Turing: Inquest's suicide verdict 'not supportable'

Historical anniversaries: are they worth celebrating?

Shouryya Ray, 16-Year-Old 'Genius,' Didn't Actually Solve Newton's 350-Year-Old Mathematical Problem

Comments on some recent work by Shouryya Ray

An answer to what Shouryya Ray’s ‘unsolved Newton problem’ was

LMS Good Practice Scheme on Women in Mathematics

LMS Benchmarking Survey

On "Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma Contains Strategies that Dominate Any Evolutionary Opponent"

The Super Subtraction Feat

Numerical prodigy sets Guinness record

DragonBox: iPhone Algebra Game

ShareLaTex

Isaac Newton set to become the next Hollywood action hero

Computing Mathematics: Tony Mann appointed to 415-year-old London College

Museum of Mathematics Opening Ceremony: 12-12-12

Engage U Results

Math52: A Fresh Way to Teach

Awards showcase excellence in data journalism around the globe

Motion Math HD

Big Bang East Midlands

MEI Conference

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