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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Martin Gardner's Birthday; Relatively Prime; Marriage as a Nobel-winning Economic Problem; Women in Wikipedia Edit-a-thon; Relatively Prime; Did Darwin's Finches Do Math?; Destroying drug cartels, the mathematical way; Relatively Prime; Jo Boaler reveals attacks by Milgram and Bishop; UK to invest in a future generation of code-breakers; 2nd Birthday of Mathblogging.org and getstats; Relatively Prime; Maths Week Ireland; Tails You Win: The Science Of Chance; Maths check across Whitehall after West Coast rail line fiasco; and more, and of course Relatively Prime.
Chinook: the story of the computer that beat checkers
Flexagon but Not Forgotten: Celebrating Martin Gardner’s Birthday
Maths populariser's work celebrated
G4G Celebration of Mind
Flexagon Party People
Nobel: Marriage as an Economic Problem
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2012
How to make a marriage stable (Economics Nobel memorial prize)
Wikipedia edit-a-thon brings women scientists out of the shadows
Women in Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Oxford Women in Science - Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Manchester Girl Geek Tea Party #27: Wikipedia Edit Day
Pages created or significantly expanded today
Did Darwin's Finches Do Math?
Destroying drug cartels, the mathematical way
Jo Boaler reveals attacks by Milgram and Bishop
Casualty of the Math Wars
UK to invest in a future generation of code-breakers
2nd Birthday of Mathblogging.org
getstats celebrates 2nd anniversary
Public challenged for Maths Week
Tails You Win: The Science Of Chance
BBC TV Blog: Tails You Win: The Science Of Chance
Understanding Uncertainty Blog: The numbers in "Tails you win: the science of chance"
Maths check across Whitehall after West Coast rail line fiasco
West Coast fiasco causes Whitehall maths check
IMA London Branch: Maths is Everywhere
BSHM Christmas meeting
Math/Maths Twitter App
Relatively Prime: Erdos
Nottingham STEM Pop Up Shop
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