List by Author: Helen Joyce
Nineteenthcentury German mathematician Leopold Kronecker once said
God created the integers, all the rest is the work of man.
The famous mathematician Euclid is credited with being the first person to axiomatise the geometry of the world we live in  that is, to describe the geometric rules which govern it. Based on these axioms, he proved theorems  some of the earliest uses of proof in the history of mathematics.
Chomp is a simple twodimensional game, played as follows.
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.
Scientists at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton have carried out an experiment in which a pulse of light appeared to emerge from a cloud of gas before it even entered.

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We talk to worldleading climate scientists Tim Palmer about climate and weather, the science of uncertainty, and why there needs to be a CERN for climate change.
Count down to Christmas with maths!
Where do the magnetic fields of planets and stars come from?
 In this podcast Paul Shepherd tells us about the maths of football stadiums and why his work required him to listen to Belgian techno.
Amidst all the controversy of the FIFA World Cup 2022 there is also some football to be played. And where there's football, there's maths...