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Author: Marianne Feiberger
Do quantum computers exist?
What's stopping us from building useful quantum computers? And how long until we'll have them?
Beating bird flu with bills
The travels of bank notes give important clues to epidemiologists
Is geometry hard-wired into our brain?
Here goes the Sun
The next total eclipse of the Sun will be in March 2006
Lost in music
How to interact with your music collection
Volunteers discover new largest prime
The GIMPS project finds a new Mersenne prime
History helps maths
Learning about the history behind maths helps students understand it better
North and south
UK students visit South Africa
Maths in a minute: Tiling troubles
Why there are only three regular polygons you can tile a wall with.
Want less traffic? Build fewer roads!
A mathematical "paradox" explains why more roads don't necessarily mean fewer traffic jams.
Maths in a minute: Continued fractions
Continued fractions reveal the good, the bad and the beautiful side of numbers.
Trisecting the angle with a straightedge
The impossible becomes possible when you move into the third dimension.
London tube strike not all bad?
How "forced experimentation" can lead to economic benefits.
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