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Author: Liz Newton
The power of origami
We've all heard of origami. It's all about making paper birds and pretty boxes, and is really just a game invented by Japanese kids, right? Prepare to be surprised as
takes you on a journey of origami, maths and science.
Number crunching ants
finds that having a small brain doesn't stop you doing great things.
Why a perfect voting system is mathematically impossible.
The physics of elementary particles: Part I
It's amazing to think that our world is based on a handful of fundamental particles and forces. Find out how...
How does your garden grow?
The division of plant cells is governed by their shape – just one example of how maths may reveal the...
How to predict an election
Forecasting election results is a sophisticated business.
Outer space: You guessed it
If you are a flower then April is allegedly the cruellest month, but if you are a student of any sort then I'...
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