## Articles

**C. J. Sangwin**shows us how eighteenth-century mathematician Leonhard Euler solved one of the foremost infinite series problems of his day.

**Rachel Thomas**looks at Shannon's life and works.

**Colin Adams**asks when is a molecule knot a molecule? and what happens if you try to build a knot out of sticks?

Cookies are set out on a rectangular grid. The bottom left cookie is poisoned.

Two players take it in turn to "chomp" - that is, to eat one of the remaining cookies, plus all the cookies above and to the right of that cookie.

**Matthew Keeling**describes some of the mathematical developments that have improved our understanding and predictive ability.

**Ian Garbett**discusses radioactive decay.