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News from the world of Maths
Just a little turbulence
September 9, 2003
Can researchers solve the mathematics of turbulence at the smallest scale?
Could maths have caught Shipman?
August 4, 2003
Harold Shipman could have been detected earlier by monitoring the death rates of his patients.
July 15, 2003
Mathematics shows that open source software beats closed source software in the race to fix bugs.
Dancing with Einstein
July 1, 2003
The Institute of Physics and Rambert Dance Company are planning to celebrate the theories of Einstein through dance.
Mission to Mars
June 16, 2003
The geometry says that now is the right time for a mission to Mars.
Is now a good time?
May 30, 2003
Mathematics is helping machines decide when is the best time to interrupt us with a call or email.
Mind the gap
May 13, 2003
Can Dan Goldston and Cem Yalcin Yildrim repair the hole in their proof to make the biggest breakthrough in prime number theory for 80 years?
May 7, 2003
Researchers have used mathematical modelling to understand the evolution of the influenza virus.
Police and thieves
Using maths to simulate the behaviour of criminals.
Crimes and earthquakes
How the maths that is used to predict earthquakes can help fight gang crime.
Maths in a minute: Tiling troubles
Why there are only three regular polygons you can tile a wall with.
From Arsenal to RSA: An interview with Marcus du Sautoy
Marcus du Sautoy talks about football, cryptography, and numbers.
A team of computer scientists has found a weakness in the world's most popular anonymity service.
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