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  1. Dividing Walls: Topology and topography I

    ... of geography concerned with the natural and constructed features on the surface of land, such as mountains, lakes, roads, and ...

    Rachel - 5 Sep 2011 - 16:42 - 3 comments

  2. Purifying Physics: The quest to explain why the "quantum" exists

    ... to use quantum mechanics, you can just accept these strange features as given, without really having any deep insight into how or why they ... purification, quantum dynamics, and other fundamental features of quantum mechanics. Purification potentially offers help for ...

    Rachel - 31 Dec 2015 - 15:06 - 1 comment

  3. Did chaos cause mayhem in Jurassic Park?

    ... sensitivity to initial conditions , is one of the defining features of chaos, and it is what Dr. Malcolm was attempting to illustrate with ...

    Marianne - 12 Feb 2016 - 17:02 - 7 comments

  4. Chaos on the billiard table: The movie

    This short video features one of our favourite mathematicians, Corinna Ulcigrai from the ...

    Marianne - 17 Nov 2015 - 11:52 - 2 comments

  5. Check out Chalkdust!

    ... is freely available online and the website also features a weekly blog. You can follow Chalkdust on Facebook and on ...

    Marianne - 4 Nov 2015 - 10:55 - 0 comments

  6. The secret club of diverse triangles

    ... very creative activity in mathematics, it involves spotting features that may be hidden to the first glance — and indeed we asked the ...

    Marianne - 17 Dec 2015 - 13:52 - 0 comments

  7. 'The Universe in a Nutshell'

    ... ask of a model is how accurately it describes or predicts features of the universe we can experience and measure. To ask whether other features of the model "really exist" is a meaningless question according to a ...

    plusadmin - 22 Apr 2015 - 18:03 - 0 comments

  8. 'Snowflake, seashell, star'

    ... its smooth curves or sharp angles, you discover some of the features that make it what it is. In a sense, you're doing maths without doing ...

    Marianne - 29 Oct 2015 - 13:12 - 0 comments

  9. Fibonacci in church

    ... largest of the blue concentric circles. These are nice features. It’s tempting to conclude that the designer of the pattern, whoever ...

    Marianne - 20 Nov 2015 - 15:02 - 0 comments

  10. Happy birthday, London Underground!

    ... point of an area of maths called topology . It ignores features such as distances and angles and considers only how things are ...

    Marianne - 17 Nov 2015 - 15:36 - 1 comment