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Author: Rachel Thomas
Chaos is not a desk toy
Physicists create a quantum Newton's cradle - and witness an absence of chaos for the first time.
Helping business make a crust
The new Maths KTN is showing business how to do mathematics and mathematics how to do business.
Abel to iPod
The 2006 Abel prize celebrates the mathematician who helped make mp3s possible.
Now you see it, now you don't
Mathematicians may make the "invisibility cloak" more powerful
The Millennium Mathematics Project wins the Queen's Anniversary Prize.
Getting a handle on soap
Mathematicians find a new minimal surface
New largest prime discovered!
7.8 million digits down, only 2.2 million more needed!
Maths may have the answer to why helices are so common in nature.
And the Oscar goes to...
Mathematics takes out a technology oscar.
Ada Lovelace - visions of today
looks at the life and work of pioneering woman mathematician Ada Lovelace, who foresaw computer-generated music and graphics, despite living long before the computer era.
Information, decisions and bits
A brief into to bits and why they're not the same as 0s and 1s.
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...
LHC glimpses hint of new physics
Latest observations hint towards new particles.
Why a perfect voting system is mathematically impossible.
Maths in a minute: Local connectivity
How crinkly is crinkly?
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