Author: Rachel Thomas

Can the music of Mozart help your mathematics?
Find out how to beat the world record in stone skimming - you just need to do the maths!
Two computer science students and their professor prove testing for primes is easy - a result that has eluded mathematicians for centuries.
Mathematics is helping the blind move forward and us all to step inside the past.
Today's digital world with its free flow of information, would not exist without cryptography to guarantee our privacy. Plus meets mathematician, author and broadcaster Simon Singh to find out about the science of secrecy.
Although some people might find maths deadly boring, very few of us would think it could ever be deadly dangerous. But deadly it was in 16th century England, and one of those who followed the dangerous and mystical path of a mathematician was John Dee, the subject of this book.