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A new particle that has recently been discovered at CERN confirms predictions made by theoretical physicists over six years ago.
How should the seats in the European Parliament be allocated?
Marcus Du Sautoy's show at the Barbican combines music, maths and machine learning.
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Proof is the essence of mathematics. But is the standard of proof in research maths really as high as mathematicians would like to believe?
Karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck has been awarded the Abel Prize 2019!