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Beautiful equations: the enigma of prime numbers video

For Professor Marcus du Sautoy, the enigma of prime numbers is at the heart of the greatest unsolved problem in mathematics. Riemann's formula calculates how many primes there are an infinite number that is crucial to the security of The Guardian, 2 weeks ago

Magic numbers Can maths equations be beautiful?

The concept of beauty underpins how mathematicians solve quantum theory or describe gravity. From E=mc² to string theory, mathematical beauty has led physicists to draw up some of the most compelling descriptions of reality. Beauty is the torch you ...
 The Guardian2 weeks ago

Raspberry Pi and BBC micro:bit are helping rekindle kids' interest in maths says Hannah Fry

It is unfortunate that many bright, numerate children are put off by dull and unimaginative maths lessons at school. Dr Hannah Fry (pictured), the mathematics lecturer at UCL who is best known to the public for presenting numbers-related BBC TV and ... month ago

Living by Numbers: InDefence of Quantity, by Steven Connor

This provocative argument for the importance of number in the humanities is full of wit and insight, says Tony Mann As I finished reading Steven Connor's entertaining, provocative and occasionally irritating book, I was keeping in mind various ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement1 month ago

The chaos of scientific advice: Why it's so hard for politicians to get science

Climate change, GMOs, stem cells the list of hot-button scientific topics is growing. The more scientists learn about the world around us, the more fellow-citizens especially politicians want to ignore it. This paradox was captured recently in ...
 Science Business1 month ago

How Brexit could pose a threat to all of Europe's high tech clusters

The ongoing success of high tech clusters depends on a ready supply of foreign talent and ease in establishing international collaborations. The current backlash against globalisation as exemplified by the UK vote to leave the EU and echoed in ...
 Science Business1 month ago

Southbank Centre announces programme for new year-long Belief and Beyond Belief exploring what it means to be human in the 21st century

Southbank Centre announces programme for new year-long Belief and Beyond Belief exploring what it means to be human in the 21st century Featuring prominent writers, thinkers, artists and scientists including Karen Armstrong, Professor Stephen ...
 Keep the month ago

New Scientist Live

: an explosion of ideas and inspiration From space exploration to AI, experience the future this September 22nd - 25th September 2016ExCeL For four days this September, New Scientist Live will be a place like nowhere ...
 ZDNet1 month ago

Oxford University releases sample interview questions

The ancient institution has released five sample questions designed to help demystify the interview process In a valiant attempt to demystify the notorious University of Oxford interview, the top-ranking institution has released a set of sample ...
 The Guardian1 month ago

An Irish immunologist joins Newton and Boyle as jolly good fellows

Prof Luke ONeill has been made a fellow of the Royal Society for his innovative work on the human immune system Prof Luke ONeill is happy. This is not unusual: the biochemistry professor is known for his ebullience. But there's an extra dimension to ...
 Irish Times2 months ago
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