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News from the world of Maths
December 8, 2003
Researchers observe the Inverse Doppler effect for the first time.
Erasing experimental error
November 24, 2003
A new project hopes to reduce the experimental error in science teaching.
Monitoring the monitors
November 17, 2003
The Royal Statistical Society is calling for more effective performance monitoring.
Burning buried sunshine
November 10, 2003
How many ancient forests are in your tank?
Near miss or normal?
October 14, 2003
Is maths succeeding in putting astronomical threats in perspective?
Calling all code crackers
September 30, 2003
Fame, glory, and more importantly prizes are on offer in the National Cipher Challenge.
Just a little turbulence
September 8, 2003
Can researchers solve the mathematics of turbulence at the smallest scale?
Could maths have caught Shipman?
August 3, 2003
Harold Shipman could have been detected earlier by monitoring the death rates of his patients.
Where would the world be without mathematics?
A new competition invites young people aged 11 to 19 to explore the history of maths for a chance to win cash...
Information about information
What is information and how does it shape our reality?
Ramanujan surprises again
A fascinating discovery sheds new light on the work of the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.
What is a black hole – physically?
Small, dark, and very hard to see. This and far more indepth answers to every question you ever wanted to...
Middle class problems
A famous question involving networks appears to have come closer to an answer.
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