## book review

Inspired by *The man who knew infinity*, here's a review of G. H. Hardy's unrivalled masterpiece.

Simon Singh's latest book is out in paperback. Here's our review.

Here is our review of the film portraying mathematician and code breaker Alan Turing.

Alex Bellos' new book is an enjoyable tour of the fun bits of mathematics.

*ways*you probably have not thought about! Find out more in this review of Tegmark's book.

Maths Inspiration delivers inspiring, fun and educational maths lectures to live audiences of school students. In response to demand from teachers and parents, the latest shows, specially for students aged 13-16, have been filmed. This is a review of the resulting DVD box set.

The internet provides access to overwhelmingly big data — how can we best gain knowledge from it?

"All models are wrong, but some are useful," is what the well-known statistician George Box said about statistical models. We look at his autobiography which, although not what you might expect, is a fascinating read.